- 30 Jun 21
Loraine Club will be taking the Workman's stage on the 19th of November, 2021.
Dublin outfit Loraine Club have announced their headline date in The Workman's Club this November.
The six-piece band was formed in 2015 when brothers Jordan and Zac Curtis began writing together after a collaboration between their two previous bands sparked the inspiration for a new project.
The band comprising of the brothers alongside Jonny Halpin, Brian Smith, James Connolly and Mick Keeley have released a handful of singles over the past 2 years, with influences ranging from 80's pop, Manchester Groove to elements of R&B/disco.
The group are no strangers to Workman's either after selling out previous dates, as well as other iconic Dublin venues such as Whelan's. They have also performed at mini-festivals and pop-up venues around the country with a live show that is rehearsed to fine detail while also bursting with energy and atmosphere.
Loraine Club were featured as Hot Press' 'Track of the Day,' yesterday with the title track of their forthcoming EP Desire.
Fizzy Orange will be supporting the band on the night ahead of their debut album expected to be released towards the end of 2021.
The Dublin natives spoke to Hot Press last month about their origins, inspirations and more, where they discussed how their sound can't be pinned down into one genre.
"A lot of bands tend to pick a sound and flog it to death, but we like to make what sounds good to us. That’s probably our greatest strength - we’re not really tied to a genre," the outfit explained.
Tickets on sale this Friday at 11am for €15 incl. booking fee from Ticketmaster.