We-Bloom, a night all about showcasing new Irish music and talent have just announced their big move to Dublin’s LoSt LaNe.
Kicking things off to a great start, after five successful years at Workman’s Club, We-Bloom are launching their move to LoSt Lane on February 3rd with special guests: Farah Elle, KYNSY, St. Bishop.
Una Molloy – Lost Lane – “We are so excited to be welcoming We-Bloom into Lost Lane. This amazing free entry showcase of talent has been the first port of call for so many Irish artists that have gone on to become serious Irish heavyweights in the Irish music industry such as Soulé, AE Mak, Laoise, THUMPER, Super Silly and many more. We-Bloom’s ethos is exactly parallel with ours in and we are already coming up with plans to broaden the parameters with Steven and have some We-Bloom shows in prime spots across our calendar over weekends and festivals in Lost Lane. Couldn’t be a better match!”
Steven McCann – Booker – “After 5 brilliant years of showcasing new Irish music & international acts, We-Bloom is very excited to start a new chapter with a move over to one of Dublin’s newest and slickest venues in the heart of the city, Lost Lane. We are truly passionate about the line-ups we have scheduled for the next few months. Our hope is that you come along and join us on what is a great community for artists, creatives, music lovers and everybody to hear new music, network and hang out. With so many venues in our capital city closing, we are honoured to host what is a very important night of showcasing Ireland’s best new music.”
Farah Elle – https://www.facebook.com/farahellemusic
With an eagerly anticipated album on the horizon for 2020, this looks like a very exciting year for Farah Elle. Raised in Ireland, she moved to Dublin with her family as a newborn child. With eclectic influences, including North African echoes from her Libyan background; her punk ethos as an artist is to encourage positive social change with her music. Farah also holds creative coaching sessions to empower people of minority groups through self- expression & music.
Kynsy believes in the power of authenticity, sincerity and vitality in pop music. A Dublin artist, her music fuses elements of indie, rock and electronic music in a haze of distortion, wit and deadpan delivery. Recent supports of All Tvvins & The Wha and a slot on the Dingle Gin Other Voices Music Trail show a promising 2020 ahead.
St. Bishop – https://www.facebook.com/iamstbishop
Blending his roots in rural Ireland, soul and electro-pop, as confidently as he tackles issues of sexuality, gender identity and radical self-acceptance. After a self-imposed year long hiatus St. Bishop recently relaunched his project with ‘Sleep It Off’, a single that garnered the attention of notable press outlets – Golden Plec, Variance Magazine, The Last Mixed Tape & Clout to name but a few.
LoSt LaNe FREE IN Doors 8pm Off Grafton Street
LoSt LaNe is a venue where music and emerging talent is front and centre. The venue seeks to create and maintain a reputation as the home of live music in Dublin. With a custom built, high end bespoke design speakers by Toby Hatchett, Hatchett Sound Furniture (Hang Dai, The Big Romance, Connolly’s of Leap) LoSt LaNe is the perfect venue for showcasing and enjoying Ireland’s emerging talents.
We-Bloom upcoming dates:
Feb 3rd Feb 24th
Farah Elle Jacob Henley
KYNSY Isaac Butler
St. Bishop Fiona Harte
March 2nd March 23rd
Erica Cody CC Brez
1000 Beasts Ma-Ka
Leila Jane Slaney