Mon Oct 19 2020

7:00 PM

SWG3

100 Eastvale Place Glasgow G3 8QG

£16.88

Ages 14+

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Over 14s only. U16s must be accompanied by an adult 

Accessible customers should purchase a standard ticket then contact us to advise of access requirements via email access@swg3.tv or on the phone 0141 337 1731 (manned from 10am - 6pm Monday to Friday) 

For any customers entitled to a free companion ticket please visit https://swg3.tv/site-info/accessibility to apply

 

PCL Present
Girl Band

  • Girl Band

    Girl Band

    Post-Punk

    Whilst Dublin 4 piece Girl Band’s cataclysmic sound avoids consignment to any singular genre, it’s thrusting noise-rock guitars, heavy techno drum beats and wailing vocals paired with frontman Dara Kiely’s witty, mundane and often surrealist lyrics create ‘as perfect an expression of rock’n’roll’s essential auto-destructive impulse as this writers ever heard.’ (The Guardian). Trailblazers for modern Irish alternative music and known for their ferocious live shows which have been described as chaotic, electrifying and ‘genuinely dangerous, like one last rave before the apocalypse’, Girl Band are not just a band, but a force.

    In 2015 they let loose their debut album Holding Hands With Jamie to rampant critical acclaim, and topping this was to be no easy feat, but following a 4 year hiatus, they returned in September with their second studio album, The Talkies, heralded as ‘one of the biggest comebacks of the year ‘ (Mary Anne Hobbs, 6Music.). The press landscape hailed it as ‘more abstract and more focused than their debut’ with outstanding reviews from the likes of Crack Magazine (9/10), The Irish Times (5*) and Record Collector(5/5). Thisled to a sold out East Coast and European tour which was highly intimate and intensely sought after, creating an air of ‘you had to be there’. Naturally, the band concluded this whirlwind comeback with two unrelenting, explosive shows at Dublin’s legendary Vicar Street, where Girl Band held their own as one of the most important bands to come out of Ireland in the last decade.

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limit 6 per person
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£16.88 (£15.00 + £1.88 Fees, excluding any delivery costs)

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Terms & Conditions

This event is 14 and over. Any Ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 14 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund.

PCL Present

Girl Band

Mon Oct 19 2020 7:00 PM

SWG3 Glasgow
Girl Band

£16.88 Ages 14+

Over 14s only. U16s must be accompanied by an adult 

Accessible customers should purchase a standard ticket then contact us to advise of access requirements via email access@swg3.tv or on the phone 0141 337 1731 (manned from 10am - 6pm Monday to Friday) 

For any customers entitled to a free companion ticket please visit https://swg3.tv/site-info/accessibility to apply

 

Girl Band

Girl Band

Post-Punk

Whilst Dublin 4 piece Girl Band’s cataclysmic sound avoids consignment to any singular genre, it’s thrusting noise-rock guitars, heavy techno drum beats and wailing vocals paired with frontman Dara Kiely’s witty, mundane and often surrealist lyrics create ‘as perfect an expression of rock’n’roll’s essential auto-destructive impulse as this writers ever heard.’ (The Guardian). Trailblazers for modern Irish alternative music and known for their ferocious live shows which have been described as chaotic, electrifying and ‘genuinely dangerous, like one last rave before the apocalypse’, Girl Band are not just a band, but a force.

In 2015 they let loose their debut album Holding Hands With Jamie to rampant critical acclaim, and topping this was to be no easy feat, but following a 4 year hiatus, they returned in September with their second studio album, The Talkies, heralded as ‘one of the biggest comebacks of the year ‘ (Mary Anne Hobbs, 6Music.). The press landscape hailed it as ‘more abstract and more focused than their debut’ with outstanding reviews from the likes of Crack Magazine (9/10), The Irish Times (5*) and Record Collector(5/5). Thisled to a sold out East Coast and European tour which was highly intimate and intensely sought after, creating an air of ‘you had to be there’. Naturally, the band concluded this whirlwind comeback with two unrelenting, explosive shows at Dublin’s legendary Vicar Street, where Girl Band held their own as one of the most important bands to come out of Ireland in the last decade.

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Ages 14+
limit 6 per person
General Admission
£16.88 (£15.00 + £1.88 Fees, excluding any delivery costs)

Delivery Method

eTickets

Terms & Conditions

This event is 14 and over. Any Ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 14 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund.