Causeway Chronicle




“If I Did What You Did”

Out Feb 23rd


February 23rd, 2024, see’s Lea Heart release her powerful new single ‘If I Did What You Did’.

‘If I Did What You Did’ marks asignificant milestone in Lea’s career, as she steps into the most confident and powerful version of herself to date. 

This fast-paced pop-rock track delves into the dynamics of betrayal, challenging societal norms by questioning whether such behaviour would be tolerated if the roles were reversed. Through rhetorical questions and a defiant spirit, Lea asserts her worth and takes back her power.

” ‘If I Did What You Did’ is a declaration of independence and strength,” says Lea Heart. “It’s about recognising your own value and refusing to settle for anything less than you deserve. It highlights someone’s bad behaviour by calling them out and holding them accountable for their actions. It’s also about singing along REALLY loudly to a new liberating anthem”.

With captivating lyrics and uplifting, tension-filled production, “If I Did What You Did” confronts the listener with a powerful message about standing up to unacceptable behaviour. Lea’s strong and mocking tone in the verses reflects a sense of defiance and the refusal to tolerate mistreatment any longer.

And it is in this tone that we see a newly assertive, alluring, and fierce Lea Heart emerge.  Known for her captivating vocals and dynamic stage presence, Lea Heart quickly garnered attention in the music industry for her unique blend of upbeat pop music and her endearing relatability. 

But it is in 2024 we see a fearless energy from Lea, with a focus on empowerment, inspired by the multitude of talented women winning across TV, Film and Music, especially in Ireland. 

With 5 top 5 singles on Irish Radio and an impressive 7 top ten hits in her catalogue Lea Heart is the fastest emerging female popstar in Ireland. 

‘If I Did What You Did’

 Is available on all streaming platforms from Friday February 23rd

Lea Heart plays the Academy, Dublin on March 30th 2024

·      Lea has headlined a sold out 3Olympia in 2023 

·      Lea was the first female to sell out 2 consecutive headline shows In Dublin’s Academy. 

·      Lea has played support for Lewis Capaldi, Picture This, Sigrid, Mimi Webb and packed-out stages at Electric Picnic, Sea Session, Indiependence and more. 

·      Musically, Lea’s debut single ‘Older’ went straight to number 1 in the iTunes charts, and has amassed over 3 million views since it release. 

·      ‘IDK WHY’ won the IMRO award for biggest homegrown single 2021 by an independent artist. 

·      ‘Happier’ was nominated for RTE’s choice music prize, with Lea herself nominated as breakthrough artist of the year

·      And her Christmas 2022 release ‘Everybody’s home for Christmas’ stunned audiences and industry alike as it ‘blew up’ in December 2022 reaching 1.5 million streams in less than a week receiving complimentary comparisons to Maria Carey’s anthem all ‘I want for Christmas is you. 

·      Lea Is currently on a tour of Ireland. 


Maurice Bradley