Since Sinéad O’Connor was pronounced dead, her interview that was filed weeks before her death has been leaving people horrified. The haunting interview of the late Irish singer-songwriter reportedly will air after her death. In the haunting interview, Sinéad O’Connor discussed her controversial moments. She filmed the interview for Sky. It was her final interview. The late singer discussed her horrible childhood when she was abused and traumatized by the incidents. She also explained how she found music was therapy. On July 26, 2023, Wednesday, the Irish singer Sinéad O’Connor breathed her last. She passed away at the age of 56. As the singer died untimely, her cause of death has been in discussion. Many renowned personalities in the industry have expressed their sorrow over Sinéad O’Connor’s demise. Swipe down the page and read about her.
Sinéad O’Connor’s last interview
Her Sky TV documentary titled “Nothing Compares” tells the story of Sinéad O’Connor’s life beyond the controversial headlines. Nothing Compares is scheduled to air on Sky TV on Saturday, July 29, 2023. This documentary was recorded weeks before Sinéad O’Connor’s death. In the interview, she revealed her relationship with music. Sinéad O’Connor said how she find music therapy, “There was no therapy when I was growing up so the reason I got into music was therapy.”It was such a shock for me to become a pop star, it’s not what I wanted. I just wanted to scream.”
Many people are eager to know about her childhood. She was subject to neglect and abuse from her mother as a child. She claimed that her mother was very abusive thus she decided to live with her father. But her both parents are behind bars, she was reared by her grandparents who died when she was 17 years of age. Sinéad explained her mother made her live in the garden for a week or two, “I’d be screaming, begging her to let me in. I spent my entire childhood being beaten up because of the social conditions under which my mother grew up.”
The Sky TV documentary ‘Nothing Compares” also reveals how her career in music after being sent to a religious order as an unmanageable teenager and signing a record label. She also opened up about her unconventional dressing style, her manager wanted her to grow her hair long wear short skirts and high heels, make-up, and the whole work. “But then I come from a country where there used to be riots in the streets overplays. Write songs that’s what art is for.”