The Word of Mouth Agency have announced the line-up for the 2014 Certain Three tour with the Altered Hours, Myles Manley and Patterns forming the bill.
The stellar line-up of acts involved will play several shows across Ireland this April including the opening show at the Workman’s Club in Dublin on Tuesday, April 22nd.
Shoegaze outfit the Altered Hours, whose absolutely stunning single ‘Sweet Jelly Roll’ captured the attention of the Irish-indie scene last year with its visceral, noise infused aesthetic playing perfectly off the reverb soaked vocals that form its core. The group’s live performance are always captivating and more than match the band’s studio sound.
Literary pop artist Myles Manley, who released his stellar electro influenced E.P Jagger Manqué in 2013, will join the Cork band on the Certain Three tour, while Manchester based alternative act Patterns, who recently released their debut album Walking Lines will also feature on the tour. See the full list of dates below.
The Certain Three Tour:
April 22nd – The Workman’s Club, Dublin
April 23rd – Cobblestone Joe’s, Limerick
April 24th – Róisín Dubh, Galway
April 25th – Mc Garrigles, Sligo
April 26th – Pavilion, Cork
Check out the Altered Hours video for ‘Sweet Jelly Roll’ by clicking below.
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