In a follow up to two beguiling videos for both Cavalier and Red Dust, James Vincent McMorrow offers a more stripped back performance in his live recordings for Cavalier & Glacier filmed in an intimate setting in Paris.
After an impressive headline gig in The Academy and with a video for Sail Away on the way, not to mention being chosen as UTV Radio’s ‘Select Irish Artist’ for February, it’s safe to say it’s been an exciting month for Darling. And to make it even better, the band have been confirmed to play alongside White Lies & Funeral Suits as part of Jameson’s St. Patrick’s Day Live which takes place Sunday, 16th March in The Ambassador Theatre.
Tickets for St. Patrick’s Day Live @ The Ambassador available here
Not even two weeks in and it’s already been a huge month for Slow Skies. They’ve just finished a string of amazing performances while supporting James Vincent McMorrow on his Post Tropical tour in Ireland, finishing up with three sold out shows in Dublin’s National Concert Hall. The next drop of success for the band came with their song ‘On The Shore’ being featured in last week’s Winter finale of Ravenswood on ABC Family network in the U.S. And to top it all off, the duo were announced this week as support for art-rock guitarist St. Vincent, when she comes to the Olympia later this month.
Tickets for St. Vincent 22nd Feb available here
The wait is finally over for James Vincent McMorrow’s breathtaking album Post Tropical. The follow up from his debut album, Early In The Morning see’s James moving away from his previous affiliation to the term ‘folk artist’ and instead edging towards soulful R&B. The record is enriched throughout with brass cymbals, hand claps and of course his beautiful and unmistakeable falsetto.
Available to purchase on iTunes from today.
After a sold out show in Whelans earlier on in November, Darling announce their second headliner which will take place in The Acadamy 2, 7th February 2014. Tickets on sale here tomorrow morning and cost €10 incl. booking fee.
The announcement comes on the same day they play Phantom Presents at The Workmans Club alongside Dublin five piece Come On Live Long. Tickets for tonight’s show are free for those who join the event on Facebook.