It was an exciting start to 2020 with the Irish songwriter announcing the release of his EP ‘Time And Space’. Despite it being a challenging year for everyone including artists and the music industry in general. Haze has managed to keep the ball rolling and his fans happy with numerous releases throughout 2020. Where most artists have been learning to adjust. Haze was already used to working in this environment and from his home studio.
After the release of his EP ‘Time And Space’ the Irish singer announced the launch and establishment of his record label Remody Records. Haze also released a highly acclaimed music video for the lead single ‘Time And Space’. He then released a dance collaboration called ‘Slow Down’ with a Dutch duo named Mohtiv as the first release under his new record label which debuted in the Top5 of the official Irish Singles chart. Haze is also one of the few established Irish artists that got to play a live show when he took to the stage for a sold out socially distanced show at the Roisin Dubh, Galway in September.
Just two months after the release of ‘Time And Space’ EP and the dance collaboration, Haze announced he was releasing yet another single entitled ‘Remody’. The single created a industry buzz and secured another chart topping debuted in the Top 50 of the Irish Singles chart. The official video and single gained substantial interest and traction from fans of the Irish musician. So much so that the buzz from the single release prompted Haze to start writing and recording his debut album during lockdown.