- 07 Sep 21
Tickets from €10 available via singularartists.ie from tomorrow at 10am.
Post-punk outfit M(h)aol are slated to perform live at The Workman's Club on Friday, November 12th this year, with tickets on sale tomorrow.
The Irish intersectional feminist act from Dublin and Cork is made up of Róisín Nic Ghearailt on vocals, Constance Keane on drums, Jamie Hyland on bass, Zoe Greenway on bass, and Sean Nolan on guitar. M(h)aol create urgent and immersive sounds that question our past, present, and future.
Previous searing singles include 'Laundries', 'Clementine' and 'Asking For It', pushing their visceral social justice message forward at all times. All proceeds from their most recent single went towards Women's Aid.
Currently based between Dublin, London and Bristol, ‘Asking For It’ was brought forward following Sarah Everard's murder, as women share in collective anger at the reality of male violence, and the sadly all-too-inevitable counter-reaction to this outpouring of empathy.
Constance Keane, Jamie Hyland, Zoe Greenway and Sean Nolan distill the raw, searing rage and claustrophobia of societally-ingrained guilt into sound while Róisín Nic Ghearailt delivered a powerful vocal laydown.
— M(h)aol (@mhaolmusic) May 26, 2021
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