Hozier (Andrew Hozier-Byrne) was born on March 17, 1990, in Ireland. He is a singer and a songwriter mostly famous for such songs as “Take Me To Church” and “From Eden”.
Even though Andrew is rather young, he already managed to gain huge popularity in his native Ireland and all over the world. He performed as part of several bands, including Anuna and Zaska but decided that a solo career suits him better.
When Andrew was young, he was accepted to Trinity College in Dublin, which allowed him to get a start in the music career. However, he dropped out after the first semester. Hozier said that he didn’t have time for studying since he was constantly getting job offers.
Soon after leaving college Andrew started working with Niall Breslin, a popular Irish pop musician. The same year, Andrew was accepted into Trinity Orchestra, where most of the students from Trinity College performed. He soon became one of the leading vocalists and performed the songs of such famous artists as Michael Jackson and Stevie Wonder. He also took part in the famous video The Dark Side of the Moon (2012).