The Staves plan Pepper Canister Church show

The folk-rockers are over in September.

The three Staveley-Jones sisters clearly can't get enough of Dublin. Having supported Bon Iver in the O2 and headlined Whelan's last year, they'll soon be back over for an intimate show.

On September 12, the Watford band play The Pepper Canister Church, which should be the perfect setting for their acoustic folk stylings. They'll be playing tunes from their first studio album, Dead & Born & Grown, which was released last October. Tickets are priced at €20 and go on sale Wednesday April 24.


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