All proceeds on the night will go to aware..
support on the night by the wonderfull Mr. Wally Page Free copy of the Rise Up at the door
Eddie Sherlock. Thomas Forde. Anto White. Ben McGinn. James Morrison
Sounds Like: The Dubliners, Damien Dempsey, Christy Moore, The Frames (Official), Kodaline
Bio: The Rattling KInd
A fresh new sound rising from the streets of Dublin, The Rattling Kind aim to put their modern indie-rock twist on folk and traditional music. Drawing heavy influence from Irish ballad heroes like The Dubliners, listeners encounter a daring brand of energetic folk rock, rooted ...See Full Bio
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“The Rattling Kind is a band on the up. Hailing from North Dublin and offering a rather unique sound, meshing traditional Irish music with modern folk-rock, they released their EP ‘Rise Up’ at the beginning of August. The five track EP lives up to the task of showcasing the band’s talent as their modern take on classic Irish music manages to enthral from beginning to end. ‘Rise Up’ opens with the title track. It is rather mute, in the vein of fellow Northsider and trad revivalist Damien Dempsey but with a softer accent. This track will resonate with Ireland’s 20-somethings as it leans in on the jarring subject of forced emigration among the country’s educated youth. It is a post-Celtic Tiger anthem which highlights the true devastation someone faces when they unwillingly leave: “We can hear the tiger no more”. The state of our country is an often talked about topic throughout this EP. Later we hear All Around The Town which references the decay of society at the grub”