- 21 Jun 23
Returning to the realm of live performances, The Fae's headline show at the Workman's Cellar is set for September - the same month their debut EP Bloodrush drops
In an effort to emphasise that fact, fans of the budding trio will be happy to know that in addition to enrapturing the attention of Ireland's alt-rock music scene, The Fae have just announced a headline show at the Workman's Cellar this September. Set for September 15th and presented by Singular Artists, it's a live performance to get excited about.
As for The Fae's latest track, 'do you mind if i miss you' is its own masterpiece, speaking to the mournful, contemplative emotion that comes with drifting away from someone you care about.
"Sometimes you understand why people behave the way they do but that doesn’t make it ok to be nasty," The Fae note. "I guess it’s about finding compassion."
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"The additional spoken word section reflects on the emotions that come up when you notice a sudden distance between someone you were once very close to. It was a way to admit that although so many years have passed, 'i still miss you, i hope you don’t mind?'"
'do you mind if i miss you' marks the third killer song dropped from the mythological indie group's upcoming debut EP Bloodrush, following not just their debut single 'Chloe' but the soft-spoken, enchanting B-side track 'Super-Tramp.'
With Bloodrush due to hit "your ear holes" this September, Chloe, Jordan and Emma, the trio behind The Fae, sat down back in April for Hot Press' On Our Radar piece. The brief interview gave a glimpse into just what Bloodrush entails, with Jordan describing the work as something meant to put the band "on the map and establish an identity," exploring their "very primordial stages."
Tickets go on sale for the Fae's live performance this Friday, on June 23rd, at 10AM.
Find tickets for The Fae at the Workman's Club, starting at €11.75 from June 23rd at 10AM, here:
Listen to The Fae, here: