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Update Tickets for this are sold out. People were unsuccessful getting tickets. I'm hoping something will turn up closer to the time. If anyone hears of any for sale please let me know. Thanks. *ON SALE MON 27TH MAY AT 10.00am* *TICKET SALES LIMITED TO 4 PER PERSON* Irish singer-songwriter Damien Rice performs along with special guests as part of Sounds form a Safe Harbour Festival.Friday 13th September 2019 Hoping to get a ticket for this tomorrow. However I do expect it to sell out quickly. Please RSVP when you get your ticket.
The Good Room presents.. Talos + special guest Friday 13th & Saturday 14th December Live At St. Luke's, Cork Tickets €26.50 + booking fee Doors 7:30pm | Show 8pm “A lot of this new record was written in transit,” says Eoin French, the Irish artist better known as Talos. “Being away from the safety of my home and my studio allowed me to really take the shackles off and create in a different way. It was a terrifying feeling sometimes, but it was also really rewarding.” While Talos will always be deeply connected to his native Ireland, his stunning sophomore album, ‘Far Out Dust,’ draws on a far wider perspective, melding tracks written and recorded in New York, Los Angeles, London, Dublin, Cork, and Reykjavik. The influence of the unknown runs deep here, invigorating French’s haunting blend of organic and electronic music with a gorgeous sense of . discovery and wonder. But where Talos’ acclaimed debut, ‘Wild Alee,’ was a solitary affair about isolation and escape, ‘Far Out Dust’ finds French and his longtime production partner, Ross Dowling (James Vincent McMorrow, Bell X1), branching out to explore new sounds and spaces, teaming up with a slew of collaborators including producers Doug Schadt (Maggie Rogers, Wet) and Valgeir Sigurusson (Sigur Ros, Feist), drummer Ian Chang (Son Lux), and mixer Damian Taylor (Bjork, Arcade Fire). The result is both French’s most confident songwriting and his most sophisticated studio work yet, an album that oscillates between hushed introspection and explosive ecstasy as it grapples with the pain of doubt and regret