Portlanders will hit the capital in May
The Dandy Warhols have announced a show at The Academy for May.
Courtney Taylor-Taylor and co. are no strangers to Irish shores, and will have a chance to reacquaint themselves with fans in the capital when they hit Middle Abbey Street at the start of the summer.
Having just confirmed the release of their Distortland LP, scheduled for April 8, there'll be new songs to brush up on before they land in Dublin, but there'll be time to swot up too; they play on May 28, with tickets on sale from Friday, priced at €25.
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