The Drive and Bricknasty live from the Sound House

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Online, Friday 21st May

Fluttertone and Egg Twelve Records present The Drive. And Bricknasty LIVE at Dublin’s
renowned The Sound House Friday May 21st.

The show will be streamed live from The Sound House’s website at 7:30PM that evening. With state of the art sound and camera equipment, the livestream will be simultaneously exciting and interactive as your typical live show.

The Drive.

  • Formed in 2018, fully formed in 2020, The Drive. Are a four-piece indie rock band
    from Cork City. The group takes influence from a variety of Mancunian indie bands,
    with a sprinkle of shoegaze.
  • Following the success of their debut single ‘Cigarettes and Lemonade’, early 2020 saw the band complete a sold-out mini tour of Ireland (Cork, Kilkenny, Waterford) before the release of their debut EP ‘Easy Now’.
  • Upon the release of Easy Now, the band gained a substantial listener base in Ireland and the UK after the addition of a lead single to Spotify’s ‘Alt. Rocked.’

Bricknasty

  • Ballymun indie hip-hop outfit Bricknasty have well and truly gotten their footing in the
    Irish industry over the short year that they have been together.
  • Channeling influences from American Hip-Hop, Irish Traditional and 90’s dance music, the group have cultivated a distinct and exciting sound.
  • Bricknasty have cut their teeth playing live with the likes of KhakiKid and Why-Axis in Dublin’s world famous Academy.

The Sound House

  • The Sound House is Ireland’s premiere live-streaming venue. With tens of thousands
    of Euros worth of modern gear for stage and broadcast at the disposal of each act,
    the show must and will go on.
  • With decades of music business experience and a team of qualified staff under their belt, the venue can bring live music to your couch, ensuring fans will enjoy each other’s virtual company.

Date:
Friday 21st May
Time:
7.30pm
Price:
€8

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