The Address, No More Questions, Bachram
Date: Sat Sept 22nd 2018
Venue: The Workmans Club, Dublin 2.
FB event link: https://www.facebook.com/events/1788340947869061/
The Workman’s Club are pleased to announce a trio of up and coming Irish acts for a Saturday Night Special in our main room.
From acoustic pop/rock, to alt/indie & 80’s inspired electronica, there is quality throughout this coming together of 3 acts on the verge of greatness. Join us, entry is FREE from 8pm, with an optional donation at the door any time during the night!
Dublin-based 3-piece The Address play ‘sophisticated’ 80/90’s inspired pop, so expect catchy tunes with interesting musical meanderings. Formed earlier this year around the nucleus of singer James O’Reilly, they have quickly established themselves as a quality live act, with hot rhythm section Adam Lindsay (Bass) and Hugo di Leon (Drums/percussion) providing the perfect musical backing to James’ guitar and keys.
No More Questions
Hot on the heels of the release of their first video for new single ‘Eleanor’, No More Questions take to the Workman’s stage with a batch of new material, a new format having added in drums to the live set-up, and a lot of fresh interest in their fine music.
Check out their new songs and video ‘Eleanor’ here… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yot1lSvZcvM
Making their debut outing at Dublin’s foremost venue are Bachram, a ‘hot out of the oven’ Dublin-based 4-piece who play genre-defying evocative, cinematic music (ok, think post-punk crossed with shoegaze) which will fill the hallowed walls beautifully to open up a magical night.