Priests set for Workman’s Club show


American punk four-piece Priests are set to play a headline show at the Workman’s Club in Dublin.

Taking place on October 15th, Priests will come to Ireland as they tour in support of the band’s stunning debut album Nothing Feels Natural (listen to the single JJ below) which was released to considerable acclaim this year. And also made it into the Last Mixed Tape’s TLMT’s 10 Best International Albums of 2017 (So Far) Spotify playlist.

Speaking on how the group’s album came out in the same week as Donald Trump’s inauguration leading the alienation-obsessed lyrics to be linked to the current political climate by journalists, singer Katie Alice Greer states: “The state of the world is troubling, to say the least, and deeply disturbing to say the most. No matter who is president of the United States, that will probably always inform what we’re thinking about ideologically.”

Ticket info:

Tickets to see Priests live at the Workman’s Club on October 15th are priced at €15 and go on sale tomorrow, Friday 30th June at 9am through & usual outlets nationwide

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