- 03 Feb 23
Tickets are €15 and on sale now.
Irish five-piece Melts have announced an upcoming gig at The Workman’s Club on Friday, May 5, which the group says will be their only Dublin headline show this year.
The garage rock quintet released their debut album Maelstrom in June 2022 via Mother Sky and was produced by Daniel Fox of Gilla Band. Melts comprises Eoin Kenny on vocals, Hugh O’Reilly on guitar, Gaz Earle on drums, Colm Giles on bass and Robbie Brady on keys/synth.
Hello & good morning,
We’ll play a show on Friday May 5th at The Workman’s Club. This will be our only Dublin headline show of the year, it's been a long time since we've played in The Workman's so very excited for this one! (Support TBA)
Tix - https://t.co/JuZhWeRdzJ pic.twitter.com/jAwtf6isft
— MELTS (@wearemelts) February 3, 2023
The Dublin-based group, which formed in late 2017, has been hard at work making a name for themselves and has received acclaim because of it. The group released their debut single ‘Skyward’ in 2018 which showcases their unique blend of post punk and psych rock. Since then, Melts have performed numerous gigs across Ireland, including a sold-out show in Dublin’s Whelans, and have played for various artists including Fontaines D.C., Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever and Brighton’s TOY.
Hot Press’s Edwin McFee praised Maelstrom, writing that the band was “maturing into one of the most powerful and primal bands in Irish rock ‘n’ roll.”
Tickets are €15 and can now be purchased online here.
Revisit our 2022 interview with Melts and listen to Maelstrom below.
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