Dublin brothers Cry Monster Cry are the latest band to join the line up for Future Sounds in the INEC Killarney February 3.
“No harmony like brotherly harmony” the duo recently wowed audience at Other Voices with their much-anticipated first album ‘Rhythm of Dawn’ to rave reviews. And now they join Little Hours on the Acoustic Stage Friday February 3.
Cry Monster Cry have been on an upward climb since releasing their début EP ‘The Fallen’ in 2012 which shot straight to the top of the iTunes charts and their debut album ‘Rhythm of Dawn’ has been making waves. Their crisp harmonies and meticulous melodic choices make Cry Monster Cry a unique group in Ireland’s music scene.
In association with SPIN South West and sponsored by IMRO ‘Future Sounds’ is Ireland’s newest Festival experience. Join them for one big celebration of infectious electro-pop and alternative soundtracks as they combine Festival Favourites All Tvvins, King Kong Company and Le Galaxie with up and coming duo Little Hours, Cry Monster Cry and Dancefloor giants John Gibbons and Dashka.
We’re combining the hottest Irish acts on the airwaves today with Festival favourites bringing you new sounds on the Irish Music Scene. “We’re really excited about promoting new Irish Bands and are proud to partner with such an iconic venue as the INEC in Killarney. It’s really important to us as a radio station that we promote new music the fact that we’ve sneaked our own amazing DJ’s John Gibbons and Dashka on to the bill is a testament to the belief we have in local talent – we know that this is going to be an event to be remembered!” Nessa McGann Spin South West Programme Director.
Headliners All Tvvins with their feel good indie pop combined with party igniters King Kong Company and electro pop sensations Le Galaxie take up residence on the main stage while the incredibly talented duo Little Hours continue their rapid ascent and promise a gig to remember in the Acoustic Sounds Stage with acts more to be announced.
And that’s all before Spin South West DJs John Gibbons and Dashka keep the party going into the wee hours in the INEC.
Experience the full festival atmosphere with the new Irish Bands who are lighting up the airwaves!