Whelan's, Saturday 6th November

Hailing from Dublin, Saige is an Alt-Pop/Indie outfit making waves with singles Soothe Me and Ultraviolence, which have taken critics and streaming sites by storm.

Saige cites inspiration from a mix of artists, such as Hozier, Lykke Li, The XX and London Grammar, combined with a love of 80s Synth Pop and the ‘Emo Pop' of youth.

Saturday 6th November
Whelan's, Wexford Street, Portobello, Dublin 2, Ireland

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