- 22 Jun 21
Fresh from releasing their second studio album Awake You Lie earlier this year, Wyvern Lingo are playing a free live-streamed show.
Wyvern Lingo are set to bring their live-streamed show 'Radio Somewhere' to the National Concert Hall tomorrow at 8pm.
Promising an "audio/visual experience like no other", the Wicklow outfit are hosting and playing at the event along with visual artist 1iing Heaney to "elevate the work of women in the industry."
They announced yesterday on their social media that acclaimed Limerick rapper Denise Chaila will feature as a special guest in the first show on Wednesday.
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Irish-Sierra Leonean singer Loah (Sallay Matu Garnett) and the Irish Women in Harmony collective are also set to join the event, according to the band's Instagram.
The occasion will be live-streamed for free on their Facebook page and The National Concert Hall's Youtube account. The show is part of Sounding the Feminists's summer concert series, involving a collective of Irish artists and music industry professionals committed to promoting female artists and their work.
In preparation for the gig, Wyvern Lingo have released a remix of their single 'Don't Say It' by producer Jason Agel. It came with a video created by their collaborator, 1iing Heaney.
Have a listen to the remix below:
Both Wyvern Lingo and Denise Chaila have been announced as two acts at Ireland's first music festival since the COVID-19 pandemic began at the Royal Hospital Kilmainham on July 3. The Government test event headlined by Gavin James will go on sale on Ticketmaster at 9am on June 25.