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The Workman's Club, Saturday 23rd February 2019

Leo Wyndham, Matt Hodges and Rupert Turner have been friends since they were thirteen and released their debut album So Long Forever in 2016. Following extensive touring of the festival circuit and a sold-out UK headline tour including Shepherds Bush Empire, the London based three-piece have been busy writing and recording at their own studio in Tottenham.


Date:
Saturday 23rd February 2019
Time:
8.00pm
Price:
€15+
Address:
The Workman's Club, Wellington Quay, Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland

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