Richard Farrell and The Last Tribe have been wandering the streets of Dublin looking for a staple diet of funk, blues, electronica, anything to quench their love of music in this small town. They convened together last October to bargain their differences through the simple nature of sound. Over the last eight months they have honed an awesome repetoire of new material which has evolved and pulsated to create their new debut album ‘Lights at Sea’. They draw influences from many areas, front man Richard Farrell ( frontman of History of Harry) travelled to New Orleans and Havana Cuba, mixed with the locals to discover the simple nature of their passion for music, bass player Graham Heaney has been Dublins upstanding funk man, laying the groove for Dublin best funk band, the Candidates for many years and also for the wacky Amazing Few. Drummer Sebastian Jezzi who hails from Argentina brings with him a wizard like mastery behind the drum kit, he has a very peculiar touch, one of the most musical drummers out there. With their talents combined, this make up for a very special band, they have recently hooked up with the Hipdrop Collective to broaden their horizons, come down to the Sugar Club on Saturday the 14th July for a night to remember.