Bitch Falcon Continue Irish Tour to Mark Release of ‘Clutch’

Three-piece Bitch Falcon continue their Irish tour this month to mark the release of their newest single, “Clutch”, selling out venues across the country, including Dublin’s Workman’s Club, along the way.

Bitch Falcon are set to take flight for Canadian Music Week and other international events this year as well as releasing brand new material throughout 2017. Bitch Falcon stormed the stages of Body & Soul, Indiependence, Knockanstockan & Electric Picnic in 2016 and in their short time together, the trio have shared the stage with the likes of Fucked Up, Torche, The ZZZ’s, Glen Hansard, Les Butcherettes, No Spill Blood and Red Enemy, unapologetically stealing the spotlight at every turn.

Two years on from an initial explosive emergence, the Dublin-based three-piece haven’t so much discovered their voice as honed and refined it. They relish in frenetic declarations, their sound always moving forward while throwing occasional nods to the past.

The sonic aesthetic is raw, even a touch frenzied, yet manages to harness the strongest elements of rock, grunge, metal, hardcore and melodic electro-pop. Bitch Falcon’s end result is a distinctive, once-heard-not-forgotten voice.

Pulsating tracks like ‘Wolfstooth’, ‘Breed’ and ‘TMJ’ are indicative of a band unwilling to sit still and stay quiet. These are songs of punch, grit and verve. They make an even greater impact up close and personal as the band’s deserved reputation as one of Ireland’s most engaging live prospects comes alive.

Irish Tour dates:
March 10 – Connolly’s – Leap
March 11 – Cyprus Avenue – Cork
April 7 – Garbo’s – Castlebar (supporting Girl Band)
Additional dates to be announced

 

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