BAYVIN with Eyejust, Aoife Bridget & Aoife & The Willows


Date: 26 Jul 2023
Time: 8pm (Main Room)
Ticket Price: €5-7 BUY TICKET

BAYVIN

Wednesday July 26th, 8pm, The Main Room

 

BAYVIIN’s first ever headline gig with special guests Eyejust, Aoife Bridget and Aoife + The Willows

Get ready for an unforgettable night of music and entertainment with BAYVIIN, Eyejust, and Aoife Bridget. This in-person event is happening on Wed Jul 26th 2023 at 20:00:00 at The Workman’s Club Main Room,10 Wellington Quay, D02 VX36 Dublin 8.

About the acts:

BAYVIIN

Bayviin’s sound takes influence from the likes of Florence and the Machine, London Grammar and Laura Marling. She’s accompanied by her five bandmates that she met while studying at BIMM Dublin. Her unique voice and authentic lyrics and the heavy use of dynamics will keep you engaged from the get-go. Growing up all over Ireland and now at the age of 20 Bayviin is so excited to share her music with you all. Her upcoming release ‘Orchard’ will be available to stream very soon!

eyejust.

Eyejust is the solo project of David Clarke, consisting of 6 live members from a small town in Blessington Wicklow. They produce dream pop and unique indie rock sounds which can be heard in their latest release ‘leavin in the Mornin’. They have an upcoming headline show in The Grand Social on the 16th of July so make sure to be there too!

Aoife Bridget

Aoife Bridget is a 20-year-old singer-songwriter from Dublin who has a passion for music that shines through in her soulful voice and captivating performances. She draws inspiration from artists such as Lana Del Rey and Amy Winehouse, and her music is a blend of dreamy synth-pop, dark R&B and electronic ballads. Her latest single ‘Mind of a Criminal’ is a beautiful example of her ability to pull off different genres and it would be shame to miss out on hearing it live!

Aoife + The Willows

Aoife + The Willows are a Dublin based band led by Aoife Williams. The roots of her music are planted in pop punk/rock with a flare for adding jazz and even blues nuances to her lyrically focused songs. This combination has resulted in certain songs being referred to as ‘bond’ songs and others being simply fun to sing and dance along to. Her influences range from Queen and Panic! At The Disco to Nora Jones and Paolo Nutini.