- 16 Jun 21
The experimental rock group will play around the country very soon.
Robocobra Quartet will tour Ireland at the beginning of September, with shows in Dublin, Limerick and Galway announced so far.
The six-musician strong Belfast band, who rotate their line-up during shows, will play their unique blend of spoken word jazz and punk across Ireland in Autumn.
Drawing on influences that vary from Black Flag to the Russian composer Stravinsky, they're fresh from releasing their live album, Live Tape #1, back in May.
The band is "serious about their music but humorous in their approach"
"Consisting of members with no musical training alongside members with backgrounds in music tuition and with European music conservatoire pedigree."
Their dates are as follows:
The Workman’s Club, Dublin - 1st September 2021
Roisin Dubh, Galway - 2nd September 2021
Kasbah Social Club, Limerick - 3rd September 2021
Listen to Live Tape #1 below to get ready for their shows.
Hot Press previously spoke to the group at the Eurosonic music festival back in 2018.
After playing a set described as "Miles Davis meets hard rock", they talked about their then-upcoming album Plays Hard to Get.
Watch the interview with the Northern Irish band below: