- 27 Jun 22
Tickets €35 (including booking fee) on sale Thursday, June 30th at 9am.
Auckland musician Aldous Harding is coming to Dublin's National Stadium on Tuesday, August 30th this year following the release of her fourth album.
Released in March, Warm Chris is the follow-up to Aldous Harding's acclaimed 2019 album Designer.
The New Zealand musician (Real name Hannah Sian Topp) reunited with producer John Parish, continuing a professional partnership that began in 2017 and has forged pivotal bodies of work (2017's Party and the aforementioned Designer). All ten tracks were recorded at Rockfield Studios and includes contributions from H. Hawkline, Seb Rochford, Gavin Fitzjohn, John and Hopey Parish and Jason Williamson (Sleaford Mods).
Enigmatic folk singer Harding has garnered a cult following in the six years following the release of her self-titled debut album and single Stop Your Tears.
The 32-year-old artist is signed to 4AD Recordings, but has also released music through independent record labels Flying Nun and Spunk.
She has collaborated with Marlon Williams, Mike Hadreas (Perfume Genius) and Fenne Lily since signing to 4AD in early 2017 ahead of her second album launch, Party.
As of 2020, she is based in Cardiff, Wales. Hopefully that means more gigs in Ireland for her burgeoning audience on these shores...
Tickets €35 (including booking fee) on sale Thursday, June 30th at 9am - presented by Foggy Notions.
Listen to Warm Chris below.