Mary Black has teamed up with her daughter Róisín and a host of other Irish singers for a stunning cover of her song No Frontiers. Recorded to fundraise for Women's Aid, the song was chosen as it's one that has resonated with so many people. Having become something of an Irish classic, the song is a popular party piece for singers with even the likes of the Corrs covering it.
A number of other singers were also involved in the project including Bronagh Gallagher, Cliona Hagan, Wallis Bird and Sallay Garnett - widely known as Loah.
Sharing the clip to her Instagram, Róisín wrote:
"I don’t often post videos of me and Mam singing together but when I was asked to do this one with her and all these other amazing women, for such a brilliant cause, I couldn’t say no.
No Frontiers is a song that women of all ages come up to me telling me it meant so much to them growing up... It means so much to me too, it’s my amazing Mam in a nutshell!
@tg4tv did an amazing job of putting this together in aid of @womens.aid... a charity that is greatly in need right now. It was an honour to sing with all the women involved... if you can, please text ACTION to 50300 to donate €4 to Women’s Aid."
Have a listen below.
Fans were quick to praise the group's vocals, describing it as "truly breathtaking and emotional", commending them for their beautiful rendition of the song.
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