If you've seen the film 'Wild Rose', you'll be well aware that Jessie Buckley is not only a supremely talented actress, but a wonderful singer, too.

Of course, the Killarney native began her career with a musical slant, as she appeared (and came second) on the reality show 'I'd Do Anything' in 2008.

However, her acting career has kept her busier in recent years - although she did release an album with one-time Suede guitarist Bernard Butler last year.

Now, Buckley's performance of a Sinead O'Connor song has gone viral on Irish Twitter in recent days.

The Kerrywoman paid tribute to O'Connor by performing her song 'Troy' with the RTE Concert Orchestra for last Friday's Culture Night program, in Dun Luiche, Co. Donegal.

Ahead of the show, she said: "Sinéad was such a huge influence on so many women in Ireland and across the world, her courage, her mind, her politics and her intense beauty and soul. She was a warrior to humanity. I remember hearing her for the first time and feeling her uncompromising need to connect and affect. Recognising what couldn’t be said and speaking it out loud.

"I am so grateful for all her fire and all her love. It is such a privilege to return to Ireland for RTÉ Culture Night in Donegal to sing a song of gratitude for Sinéad and her family and friends." 

It really does exhibit what a remarkable voice Buckley has, and is a fitting tribute to the Irish music legend. One Twitter user remarked "She's phenomenal", while another wrote "A wonderful singer too, some people would sicken you, the talent!"

Watch it below: