A. Smyth

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The Grand Social, Wednesday 23rd March

A. Smyth plays a headline show at The Grand Social Dublin on Wednesday 23rd March.

A.Smyth’s debut album ‘Last Animals’ was released in February '21 and garnered a great deal of praise.

All tracks on ‘Last Animals’ were written by A. Smyth, produced by Darragh Nolan (Asta Kalapa) in Darragh’s Wexford studio last year, and mastered by JJ Golden in the U.S.

Wednesday 23rd March
The Grand Social, Liffey Street Lower, North City, Dublin 1, Ireland

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