The Lost Brothers
St Michan's Church, Dublin
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THE LOST BROTHERS
For the past decade The Lost Brothers (Oisin Leech from Navan and Mark McCausland from Omagh) have proven themselves to be one of the finest and hardest working bands around. With five highly acclaimed albums under their belt they have worked alongside and been championed by the likes of Richard Hawley, Brendan Benson and Glen Hansard to name but a few. Their most recent album "Halfway Towards A Healing" was released in 2018 and has garnered high praise from the critics and fans alike. The album which was recorded between Sligo and Arizona received 4/5 Stars from MOJO, Q, UNCUT, Record Collector and Hot Press while The Irish Times listed it amongst the "Ten Best Irish Albums Of 2018 So Far." Over the last few months the Irish duo have been selling out theatres across Ireland, Australia the UK and the US. Since the release of their Portland recorded debut in 2007 they have performed at Glastonbury, on the BBC Electric Proms, at Levon Helm’s Midnight Ramble, on RTE’s The Late Late Show and have toured extensively around the world. In their music the influences of songsmiths such as Van Morrison and Fred Neil can be heard. However, it’s from The Lost Brothers’ commitment to writing timeless crafted songs that comes something completely unique with well hewn melodies, compelling lyrics and beautiful harmonies that bring you down unexpected roads. Wherever they go we are happy to follow.
"Courage in the face of emotional collapse...the Lost Brothers' fifth album excels with heartfelt songs."
Irish Times- Best Of 2018 So Far
"Simon and Garfunkel reborn in the desert" UNCUT 2018
"The Lost Brothers have found something to truly call their own." Q Magazine
General Admission: €24.99 incl. booking fee
Doors 8pm | Performance Starts 8.30pm
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