- 03 Apr 19
We've got tickets for what promises to be a big night in the Sound House
Somebody's Child recently announced a headline Dublin date. The young Dubliner is set to play in the Sound House next Wednesday April 10th, with support from State Lights and Elkae. This will be his last date before the summer, and we've got tickets up for grabs for you to be there on the night.
Somebody's Child was one of Hot Press 'Hot for 2019' selections earlier this year. His debut single 'Make You Alright', released in September last year, was lavishly praised by Dave Fanning and Dan Hegarty of 2fm, Roddy Cleere of KCLR and Tony Clayton Lea of the Irish Times.
"Somebody's Child sounds like the real deal," Hot Press editor Niall Stokes said at the time. "I was reminded first of Kurt Cobain and then of Rod Stewart - which is a strange but fascinating one-two! 'Make You Alright' is a powerful track with a really big chorus. What's tantalising is that I can immediately hear it being sung by massive crowds at festivals. The potential here is huge."
His latest single 'Toes' was produced by Ross Dowling, who has worked with James Vincent McMorrow, Talos and Bell X1. Since it's release, Toes has reached over 75,000 streams across Spotify and Soundcloud, No.1 on the Hype Machine charts, No. 26 on Irish Shazam charts and has been play-listed on all national radio stations."
"We're hugely excited to play the Sound House," Somebody's Child told Hot Press. "It's our last show in Dublin before the festival season and so we are really excited to be able to give our growing fanbase the opportunity to see all the work we've put into making our show what it is.
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