‘Daughters of Ukraine’ – New single release supporting the Ukraine Crisis


NEWS - World Unite for Ukraine

Word Of Thanks

“The Irish Red Cross is grateful for the tremendous support of Maisey and the Deep.  We continue to provide urgent assistance to those caught up in the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine – with the country itself as well as in the surrounding region and here in Ireland.  This support simply could not be done without the overwhelming generosity and empathy of so many people.”


Maisey And The Deep

An Irish band, on the cusp of releasing their debut album, paused their work, to write a song for Ukraine.  The band hopes to raise vital funds for displaced children as a result of the ongoing devastating war. Titled ‘Daughters of Ukraine’, the song is a tribute to the loss of the lives of children in Ukraine and focuses on one of the first children to lose their life. Seven-year-old- girl, Alisa Hlans, who was killed during a 'cluster bomb' strike on a school in Ukraine as her grandfather desperately tried to shield her from the blast.

Lead singer and mother of two, Maisey, was inspired to write this song as a tribute to all mothers and families whose children were the tragic victims of this cruel war.

‘I don’t think there is any woman, mother or father who isn’t heartbroken for the Ukrainian families who are now in despair. One child lost, is one precious life too many. 

Every child deserves the chance to live in peace.’

Contact Us

We would love to hear from you email us on maiseyandthedeep@gmail.com


Daughters Of Ukraine

Produced in association with renowned artists and music engineers. 

Lyrics and Music (Piano and Vocals) -written and performed by Maisey and the Deep. 

Produced and arranged with additional instrumentation by Robbie ‘Rob’ Malone, co-writer, co-producer and bass player with David Gray 

Mastered by Simon Francis (SFM) credits include Kaiser Chiefs, Kodaline, Noel Gallagher and Primal Scream

Mixed by Anthony Gibney (Audioland Studio) credits include Janet Jackson and Kelly Clarkson

Filmed and video by Shane O’Connor, Echo Benn Media

Special Thanks

A special thanks to all who contributed voluntarily to this initiative. 
David Lawless, CEO, thenet.ie 
James O’Connor, Founder of Green Acres, Wexford town. 
Slaney Flowers, Wexford. St. Aidan's Cathedral, Enniscorthy and Ferns Parish Church. 

Sam McCauley Pharmacy, Wexford
Frock, Wexford town. 

Your time and efforts continue to make this all possible.