Saint Sister To Play Two Nights at Pepper Canister Church
Northern Irish duo Saint Sister have announced two shows at The Pepper Canister Church taking place September 27 – 28.
Since forming in 2014, the electro folk group have quickly established themselves as one of the most talked about bands in Ireland. 2015’s Madrid EP was a breakout success, playlisted on BBC Radio 1, RTE and across European radio, enabling them to tour extensively around Ireland, UK and mainland Europe. Festival highlights at Glastonbury, Electric Picnic and Latitude and support slots with The National, Lisa Hannigan and Hozier have secured their reputation as a phenomenal live band.
Critically acclaimed, they have won support from key tastemakers at NPR, The Guardian, The Independent (UK) and Billboard Magazine. At home they were voted the “Best Irish Act” by the readers of The Irish Times, and nominated for the Choice Music Prize Song of the Year in 2016.
Their debut album Shape of Silence’was released last October to rave reviews. To promote it, they embarked on a 50-date world tour, across the USA, Canada, Australia and Europe. The band were nominated again for the Choice Music Prize in 2018, both for Song of the Year and Album of the Year.
Tickets for their Pepper Canister Church gigs cost from €29.90. They go on sale Friday, May 17 at 9am from Ticketmaster.
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