RELISH announce new single 'Unbroken Light' taken form their new Album out Friday may 4th

With fans including U2's Larry Mullen and Queen's Brian May, Relish are set for big things and this is set to be their biggest year yet.

Not only have they announced their album release for May 4th, they will also be playing Live in Vicar Street the very next day, Saturday May 5th.

After three albums and various hit singles over the years, brothers Kenny and Carl Papenfus are back with a brand new single 'Unbroken Light' taken from their new album. Kenny and Carl will celebrate the release of their new album with a live show at Dublin's Vicar Street where they will perform their famous energetic show as a five-piece band. Tickets for this show are €30 including booking fee and are on sale now from Ticketmaster.

Always blurring the lines between music genres and where they fall in, RELISH have put no boundaries on their potential and ability to deliver, supporting a diverse list of bands in the past from U2 to At The Drive Inand Kelis and admirers ranging from Sinead O'Connor to Paul Weller.

RELISH have a busy 2018 ahead of them as they have just be announced to play at this years Java Jazz International Music Festival in Jakarta, the biggest festival in southeast Asia, among other Asian and European live appearances throughout the summer this year. The full list of festival and headline tour dates will be announced over the coming months.

 

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