The five piece instrumental band will play an intimate show to stave off the Christmas blues.
Following a Choice Prize nomination for their incredible 2016 album Learning To Growl, Overhead, The Albatross will round off 2017 with a show at Workman's on December 29.
This being the band's only Dublin headliner of 2016, the lads have promised some new tunes for the occasion. Tickets on sale this Friday.
We're playing The Workman's Club on Dec 29th— OverheadTheAlbatross (@OvrhdThAlbtrss) October 11, 2017
Our only headline Dublin date of the year & with some new tunes
Tickets on sale Fri at 9am!!! pic.twitter.com/bwVVO4tRvx
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