- 24 Jul 19
The alt-folk band has been touring Europe throughout the summer but will return home to Ireland with a headlining show at Whelan’s in Dublin this October.
Irish brother band Cry Monster Cry is returning home to headline a show at Whelan’s on 17 October.
The band released their first album, Rhythm of Dawn, which, “charts a transition from night to day, employing African drum patterns, synths, steel guitar and more, to tell its carefully crafted tale,” wrote Hot Press’s Edwin McFee. The debut album was released in 2015, however, new music is on the horizon for Cry Monster Cry and will be out later this year.
Brothers Richie and Jamie Martin of Cry Monster Cry have repeatedly touted their desire for change in their new music. “Change is inevitable. It’s the very essence of music. Tempos, rhythms, dynamics. Rising, falling, swelling and settling like the tide,” reads a statement from the band. “Cry Monster Cry is embracing change.”
They’ve teased songs from the upcoming album in previous shows this summer, so expect more new music at Whelan’s!
Tickets go on sale for €17.50 this Friday, 26 July at 10am and can be purchased at whelanslive.com.