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Music / July 13, 2022

Been Stellar make their Irish debut this July

Image: Been Stellar
Music / July 13, 2022

Been Stellar make their Irish debut this July

Words: Ellen Kenny

The New York five-piece Been Stellar will perform at Workman’s on July 16.

Ahead of the release of their self-titled EP, Been Stellar are making their Irish debut this weekend.

Hailing from cities across America and Brazil, Been Stellar’s music is inspired by the sounds and stories of city-living. Their latest single, Manhattan Youth, shares the harsh realities of growing up in a city.

Dublin band post-punk Gurriers will support Been Stellar at Workman’s. Tickets are 14 euros.

Their performance in Workman’s is part of their European tour ahead of the release of their self-titled EP on August 12. The band will also be performing at Glasgow, Paris and Latitude Festival.

Click here to get your tickets.

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