Irish singer and songwriter Hozier has established himself as a formidable force in the annals of music. Born in March 1990, the singer hails from a coastal town named Bray.

Hozier’s journey in music began during the late 2000s. He was initially a member of the Irish vocal ensemble named Anúna.

His 2013 debut single “Take Me to Church” earned him global recognition. In 2014 he dropped his full-length self-named debut album. This was followed by “Wasteland, Baby!”, his sophomore project, which topped the main albums chart in the United States.

What Style is Hozier?

The genres that best describe this Irish singer’s music include:

  • Rock
  • R&B
  • Soul
  • Blues
  • Folk

Notable Songs

In addition to his first single, Hozier is noted for the following other major hits:

“De Selby (Part 2)”

“Unknown / Nth”


“Through Me (The Flood)”

“All Things End”

“Eat Your Young”

“Would That I”

“Swan Upon Leda”

“Cherry Wine”

“Moment’s Silence (Common Tongue)”

“The Bones” (with Maren Morris)

“Wasteland, Baby!”

“No Plan”

“Dinner and Diatribes”

“Almost (Sweet Music)”


“Work Song”

“Damage Gets Done”

“I, Carrion (Icarian)”

“First Time”

“To Someone From A Warm Climate (Uiscefhuarithe)”

“Who We Are”

“Butchered Tongue”

“Anything But”

“Son of Nyx”

“Abstract (Psychopomp)”

“First Light”

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