Hi hi hi,
We’re going to be playing Radar in Queen’s University’s Student Union on Thursday 23rd May, the doors open at 9pm and it’s free in!
Hope to see you there, don’t forget to say hi on Facebook!
We survived our first festival gig at the Camden Crawl and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves! We would like to thank everyone involved in putting on the festival and in particular Mel, Sean, Stu and all the staff at The Globe for helping us out.
In case you missed it, our show was reviewed by GoldenPlec and they had some very nice words to say about us. If you’re now kicking yourself for not going, you can always buy our EP and listen to it in a dimly lit room while dancing around.
Just a reminder that we’re going to be playing at The Globe in Dublin this Sunday as part of the Camden Crawl Festival! We should be on stage for around 9pm and hope to see you there.
See you there!
Do a gig do a gig do a gig,
We’re all in the same city at the same time so what better way to celebrate than by playing a gig and demoing some new material? With this in mind, we’ve decided to play at Transmit’s local band night!
Transmit: Fresh Meat 2
Wednesday 3rd April
Doors 8pm, £3 in
The Limelight 2
So, this is pretty cool, our first festival appearance!
We are going to be playing the Camden Crawl Dublin on Sunday 5th May at the Globe. Doors are at 7.30pm and you can buy tickets for the whole festival from here. We are really excited to be playing and are looking forward to checking out the other bands, especially our good friends Bouts!
whilst we are finalising songs and plans for new stuff by us, i thought i’d put together a bunch of songs i like that other people did. this is actually a mix i made a few months ago, but i never got around to sharing it here.
the track-listing is as follows, it’s all stuff i love & hold dearly, so if you hate it, i guess we can’t be friends.
for those of you that can’t load images it is this:
lots of love from chris xxxxxxx
Recently we were featured in an article by State Magazine called, “Faces of 2013” and they graciously described us as “State’s indie pop band of the year” so thank you very much State, we’re flattered and humbled.
We’re very much looking forward to 2013 and are currently writing and trying to demo new ideas while battling through work, exams and being in different countries. Hopefully we will be gigging again soon and we’ll let you all know as soon as we organise one.
We’re making another trip down to Dublin to play for Musicmaker at the Hard Rock Cafe in Temple Bar. It’s their last gig of the year and as it’s Christmas, we’re going to decorate the stage with pretty fairy lights and tinsel, we might even wear Santa hats! We’re also going to be playing with Cork’s Terriers so come down and check out a night of great music.
Thursday 20th December
Doors at 9pm with free entry
Hard Rock Cafe
12 Fleet Street
We just wanted to thank everyone who came out to see us play our first ever gig in Dublin, it was a humbling feeling to see so many people support us despite never hearing from us before hand so thank you. We’d also like to thank Bouts for putting us on, showing us around and giving us somewhere to sleep <3
We’ll be back in Dublin on the 20th December in the Hard Rock Cafe in Temple Bar so you won’t have long to wait to see us again!
Amateur Historians x
We’re very excited to let everyone know that we’re heading out of Belfast for our first out of town gig! A few months ago we put on Bouts, an excellent Dublin based band, and they have asked us to come and support them for their final Dublin gig of 2012. We’re going to be playing Upstairs at Whelan’s so come down and say hi.
Saturday 17th November
Upstairs in Whelan’s, 25 Wexford St.
Tickets: €7 @ Door