- 15 Nov 21
Presented by Eastbound Dublin, Coach Party & M(h)aol will play Dublin's Workman’s Club on February 6th, 2022.
Emerging Isle of Wight four-piece Coach Party and Irish post-punk troupe M(h)aol have announced a Workman's Club, Dublin gig this coming February.
Burgeoning rockers Coach Party released their EP ‘After Party’ in early April 2020 via Chess Club Records. The EP features ‘Everybody Hates Me’ and the previous single ‘Can’t Talk, Won’t’, which received rapturous support from the likes of BBC Radio 6 Music’s Steve Lamacq, Jack Saunders on BBC Radio 1, and Radio X’s John Kennedy.
The band rounded off 2020 with Ones To Watch tips major publications across the UK. The quartet recently dropped their rapturous new single 'FLAG (Feel Like A Girl)'.
M(h)aol released their power EP ‘Gender Studies’ last month, following an explosive sold-out headline show at The Workman’s Club, Cellar in November 2021. The band also dropped a body-horror inspired music video for 'No One Ever Talks To Us'.
Currently based between Dublin, London, and Bristol; M(h)aol is composed of Róisín Nic Ghearailt, Constance Keane aka Fears, Jamie Hyland (AKA Girl Band’s ‘Holding Hands With Jamie’), Zoe Greenway, and Sean Nolan.
Pronounced “male”, the Irish outfit burst onto the scene earlier this year. Consistently ready and willing to expand and implode the genre of post-punk itself - a notoriously male-heavy, white, cisgender scene in most countries - M(h)aol's new EP further pushes the musical boundaries.
On the EP, lead vocalist Róisín says, “Gender Studies weaves past and present in an exploration of how the construct of gender shapes our lives. From feeling like you're not performing your gender right to the way it shapes how we move through the physical, sexual and romantic sphere it marries urgent lyrics with a threatening yet (blank) sound."
Tickets €14 available now from www.singularartists.ie.