Squarehead

The Workman's Club, Saturday 12th October

Squarehead – High Time: Album Launch, with special guests Soft On Crime live at The Workman's Club, 12th October 2019.

Squarehead formed in 2010. Since then they've released a slew of albums, singles and EPs. Their sound ranges from 1950's-tinged bubblegum pop to a more aggressive 1990's alt rock, with space jams in-between. Vocalist/guitarist Roy Duffy and Bass player/backing vocalist Ian McFarlane met in the oppressive environment of an all-male Catholic boys' school. The grey uniforms and greyer Dublin skies inspired the pair to find colour and beauty in music. Having tried out numerous percussionists, they eventually settled on local drummer-for-hire Ruan Van Vliet.

After nearly a decade in the game, this new body of work finds Squarehead still learning, growing and exploring their sound with the help of synth/keyboard warlock Ruadhán O'Meara (No Spill Blood/Magic Pockets).


Date:
Saturday 12th October
Time:
8.00pm
Price:
€12
Address:
The Workman's Club, Wellington Quay, Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland

Google Map of The Workman's Club, Wellington Quay, Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland

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