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 All Tvvins are one of Ireland's biggest new bands, making a steady rise since 2016 with the release of their debut album llVV, which debuted at number two on the Irish charts.

They are now returning to the stage to anticipate the unveiling of their second album Just to Exist, giving us a taste with their newest single Hell of a Party.

The track was chosen as 2FM's Tune of the Day, supported by John Kennedy at Radio X and added to some of Spotify and Deezer's most popular playlists. No biggie…

Judging by how UNREAL their most recent tune is, the album is going to blow everyone away. Keep a sharp eye out for these boys, the duo are definitely going places.

The duo are stepping up a gear, announcing support from talented Dublin singer-songwriter Sorcha Richardson for their major headline gig at the National Stadium Dublin.

The band plan on evolving their fresh and fluid style of creativity, pushing the boundaries of their sound whenever they can.

The band, comprising of Conor Adams and Lar Kaye, are signed with Warner Music, and have also decided to gift us with another forthcoming album track ‘Warm Crush’ as well as a skeletal acoustin version of Infinite Swim. 

These lads just keep on giving.

Infinite Swim was produced by All Tvvins' friend and collaborator, the amazing James Vincent McMorrow, so it's sure to be a banger...

The album process was kick-started by McMorrow, who contacted the boys about working on a new track together. 'Twould be hard to say no.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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It’s a heady cocktail of taut, muscular funk which maintains the typically anthemic All Tvvins sound, adding a Prince-style solo.

“There’s a definite salute to Talking Heads as well,” says Lar Kaye. “It just felt right.”

Adams describes their next album as “a snapshot of where we were, what we were going through and where we hope to go next.” 

Image: Instagram/@alltvvins

The momentum is rising for the band with their forthcoming second album and a headline show at The National Stadium, don't miss out on a chance to see the duo live.

The gig with support from Sorcha Richardson will take place on Saturday 13 April 2019. Tickets from €27 on sale Tuesday 6 November at 9am, doors open 7pm.

Check out their website for more information.

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While we might still be feeling winters icy grip, we're already excited for festival season.

With amazing gigs like The 1975 at Malehide Castle and Forbidden Fruit already lined up, this summer is set to be a great one for live music.

As if there wasn't already enough amazing acts on their way, Trinity College's Summer Series line-up has just been announced.

The Summer Series will feature six talented acts over six nights in a set of open-air gigs from July 6-11 2017.

The gig series kicks off with Gregory Porter in July 6, who will be followed by James Vincent McMorrow on July 7 and Bell X1 on July 8.

Next up will be The Pixies on July 9, Two Door Cinema Club on July 20 and rounding out the festival is Alt-J on July 11.

Tickets for Alt-J and The Pixies are priced at €54.65 including booking fee.

Two Door Cinema Club, Gregory Porter and James Vincent McMorrow tickets will all be priced at €44.05 each including booking fee.

Tickets go on sale from Ticketmaster this Friday at 9am, so we'll see you in the virtual queue. 

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