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She’s A Beauty ‘Copy&Paste’

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She’s a Beauty’ is  a five piece rock outfit from Maynooth, Co Kildare formed in 2009.

They are Cathal Farrelly, Robert Hogan, Jamie Caprani, Francis McDonnell and Shane McBride.

They are Cathal Farrelly, Robert Hogan, Jamie Caprani, Francis McDonnell and Shane McBride.

After finishing off 2011 with the successful release of their debut E.P ‘Champagne & Skittles’, produced by Martin Healy (ex A-House). ‘Champage & Skittles’ was released to a sold out crowd at the Workmans Club on the 28th September 2011 and was also selected by Jackie Hayden as his ‘Pick of the Fortnight’ for Hotpress Magazine (September 2011)

Having spent 2011 conjuring up plans for the road ahead, 2012 is set to be a promising year for the band. The band are initiating a campaign to revolutionize the Irish independent music scene. Throughout the year, the band will be making multiple releases all via usb sticks which will be made available at selective launch gigs. The first of these gigs will be the release of their debut single ‘Copy & Paste‘ which is to be released on Saturday the 7th of April 2012 in the Grand Social, Dublin. Those who attend will be given a She’s a Beauty USB stick which will contain their single ‘Copy & Paste‘ as well as bonus material.

Furthermore plans have already been put in place for a prospective launch in May where fans will be invited back, and those returning fans will get cheaper admission for returning with their usb stick. First timers can come too, but will pay as normal.

Other highlights of this year have been:

20/01/2012 – Made their debut T.V. Appearance on TV3’s Ireland A.M, performing their track ‘Broken Bottles‘ which received extensive radio play nationwide.

Selected by Halcyon Records in Canada to perform on their Pink Floyd tribute album ‘Us[Them]‘ which featured artists from all over the world. 24/03/2012 saw the release of this album.

Been booked as one of the main acts for the Rory Gallagher International Tribute Festival for the June Bank holiday this year. Plans are underway for a nationwide tour, dates tbc.

 

SOME REVIEWS:

“They are brilliant! They really are excellent!!” – Mark Cagney, TV3

“Where Is The Love’ takes a stand close by the sloppy rawness of early Rolling Stones, allied to the menace of Jim Morrison on vocals. It’s full of slicing guitars, earth-scorching riffs and nifty hooks.” – Jackie Hayden, Hot Press

“She’s a Beauty definitely has an individual sound to them, difficult to compare to anything else. There is a vague underlying sound similar to English band, The Hoosiers with a slight reminder of Snow Patrol in the slower songs, mixed with half a dozen other sounds”- Jenny Darmody, Dublin Soul Festival team

“A band that could turn over an empty biscuit tin, bang away and still get a top tune out of it.” – Phillip Ó’Baoighealláin, Music Review Unsigned

“There’s a lot going on in the ‘She’s A Beauty’ sound and it’s all good. The vocals are quality ‘Jack l’ style while the music varies from hard rock to jazz. An interesting mix by a talented band!”-2 U I Bestow. Music blog site.

 “Strong distinctive vocals and an almost reed like guitar sound, there are echoes of everything from the Frames to Bloc Party and a nod to classic jazz in their material. Their finely crafted songs are dynamic, with swooping choruses, and dramatic notes throughout.” – The Anglo Celt

“Steadily gaining recognition as one of the best up-and-coming live acts around, the buzz surrounding She’s a Beauty at the moment is palpable. At a time when Irish Music is upping its game despite the dreaded ‘R’ Word, this Kildare quartet are confidently rising to the challenge.” – Sarah Folan – Indiesight

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