A very impressive line up of young Irish talent is on display this Thursday in the Academy, Dublin. We Cut Corners have a number of friends performing with them and as back up, so should be quite a treat!
We Cut Corners announce that Spies will join Jennifer Evans as special guests for their show at The Academy, Dublin this Thursday 16th Oct. We Cut Corners are also thrilled to announce they will be joined on stage during their set by Booka Brass Band who are collaborating with the band on a number of their songs on the night.
The stage times for the show are as follows:
Jennifer Evans – 8.00pm
Spies – 8.30pm
We Cut Corners – 9.15pm
Tickets are €15 from Ticketmaster http://bit.ly/ 1sGwkaD
We Cut Corners play the newly refurbished Academy, Dublin as part of their current autumn tour of Ireland. We Cut Corners’ second album, ‘Think Nothing’, was released in May 2014 to universal praise. http://www. wecutcorners.net/
The most recent video from the album is for the song ‘Maybe In The Future’. The video is by Daghan Is, a Turkish director. We Cut Corners say, “The idea of the song’s is that the lyrical darkness is contrasted by the brightness of the orchestral arrangement, and it is that ambiguity Daghan wanted to bring out in the video, the beauty of the location set against the strange, unsettling edge of the dream sequence.”
About the special guests…
Spies Dublin 5 piece Spies are the top of most ‘Ones to Watch’ lists after a massive year which has seen them release critically acclaimed single ‘Moosehead’ and perform on RTE 2 for Other Voices, at Trinity Ball and Electric Picnic not to mentions shows with the likes of San Fermin, Palma Violets and Girl Band. Watch video for ‘Moosehead’ here –
Jennifer Evans Jennifer is one of the finest female vocalists in Ireland, and her much anticipated debut album, ‘Works From The Dip & Foul’ will be released in November this year. Jennifer has been supporting We Cut Corners on their current Irish tour dates. ‘Colours Of Bruises’, the first single from the album is out now, and you can listen here
Booka Brass Band have had a whirlwind year, for a band that started playing residencies from very early on in Dublin music venues only 18 months ago, Whelans, Twisted Pepper, The Mercentile, to a dramatic and speedy fast-forward to a sell out debut show in Dublin’s Button Factory.