Liverpool psych-pop artist She Drew The Gun is set to play a headline show at the Workman’s Club in Dublin on Tuesday, February 12th. Louisa Roach recently took the time to talk to the Last Mixed Tape head of next week’s gig about what she’s listening to now, her inspirations and future plans.
What’s the last record you bought?
Some mad cheesy 80’s compilation on Vinyl
What’s the last song you played on Spotify?
Ty Segal – Everyones a Winner has been blowing my head off most recently
What inspires your music?
Everything from personal relationships to the global war industry, the bad shit I see on TV and the good stuff I read and listen to.
You’ll be playing the Workmans in Dublin soon. What can people expect from your live show?
Yeah its our first ever show in Ireland, we’ve got Natalya O’Flaherty opening for us with some brilliant spoken word poetry which is a great start, it should set the tone nicely, somebody said we make music for your grey matter which is kind of it, there’s a lot of lyrical intensity, its politically charged with a splash of psych, hopefully something different to the expected anyway.
What are your plans for 2019?
Reaching as many new ears as possible, our UK tour for the new album has just sold out so that’s a boss start, then we’ll be doing festivals over the summer and see where things lead to from there.
Tickets to see She Drew The Gun live the Workman’s Club on February 12th are priced at €12 via theworkmansclub.com.