Ó Maonlaí and co. will be playing Vicar St, Dublin on February 22nd 2018.
The band shared their seventh album Let's Do This Thing in November of 2016, which was made available to download on their website. It is expected to be released on CD in early 2018.
Tickets for the Vicar Street show are priced at €30 and go on sale Thursday 2nd November at 9am through www.ticketmaster.ie and usual outlets nationwide.
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