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Pleasure Beach are a five piece who create a sound which transcends the sum of its parts. Coming together in Belfast over a shared love of music and the spirit of collaboration from different musical backgrounds, they create anthemic songs brimming with yearning ...and wide-eyed reverie that feel simultaneously earnest and larger than life.
Turning heads earlier in the year with their debut track ‘Go’ which transfixed the blogosphere and accumulated over 50k plays off the back of word of mouth with its driving beat, catchy West Coast guitar riffs, and urgent vocals, the band now unveil an awaited second offering.
‘Dreamer To The Dawn’ proves the initial excitement was more than justified, a a tour de force of majestic guitars, rousing call to arms vocals driven by a burning fervor and chugging drums and bass, cementing the widescreen sound first hinted at with ‘Go’.
Their debut EP of the same name was released on October 30th via Faction Records, home of James Vincent McMorrow & Jape’, featuring three original tracks.
the Mountain Goats
Saturday November 14th
In 2014, John Darnielle's novel Wolf in White Van spent several weeks on the New York Times Bestseller List and was nominated for the National Book Award....
On April 7 in the US and April 13 2015 in Europe, Darnielle and his band The Mountain Goats return with Beat the Champ, a collection of songs about professional wrestling.
“I wrote these songs to re-immerse myself in the blood and fire of the visions that spoke to me as a child, and to see what more there might be in them now that I’m grown,” Darnielle says of Beat the Champ's 12 songs.
“We Are The Way Forward” 10 Year Anniversary
Saturday October 10th
Tickets priced €15 (incl booking) on sale now
‘Foil Deer is catchy, exhilarating and smart, qualities that indie rock barely has all at once these days’ – Uncut 8/10...
‘The Massachusetts quartet deal in angular, hook-laden indie-rock, with eloquent lyricism from Sadie Dupuis’ - The Times
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