The fast-rising Irish indie-rock quartet released their debut album 'It Wont Always Be Like This' last week.
The emotive new song is also the title track from the Dublin quartet's debut album, out on July 9 via Polydor.
The winners will be revealed on January 15, during the Eurosonic Noorderslag (ESNS) 2021 festival in Groningen, The Netherlands.
Next year's festival is set to take place in Dublin's Marlay Park from July 2 -4, with Megan Thee Stallion, Doja Cat and more also on the bill.
‘It’s our interpretation of this strange and imperfect world we’ve come to live in.’
The Dublin singer-songwriter will also take part in a one-hour music special, 'Shine: A Summer Concert', which airs on Ireland’s RTÉ One on Saturday, August 29.
The soaring rock track marks the third single off the quartet’s forthcoming debut.
Shot across two nights in-front of 160,000 fans, 'The Twenty Tour – Live From Croke Park' captures the climax to the stars' comeback 'Twenty Tour'.
The material was filmed by Dublin filmmaker Sé Merry Doyle in July 1982.
Westlife will also performed their new song live on BBC1’s 'The Graham Norton Show' tonight.
Foo Fighters,Papa Roach, Enter Shikari, The Streets, Frank Turner and The Wombats have also been confirmed for the high-profile gathering.
Special guests Ghost and Bokassa will provide support on all dates.
The boardroom at Dublin's Fender guitars HQ has been dedicated to Rory Gallagher by Irish President Michael D Higgins in a special ceremony.