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General News / May 12, 2017

Bulmers release new video on LAOISE for their all Irish Forbidden Fruit stage

General News / May 12, 2017

Bulmers release new video on LAOISE for their all Irish Forbidden Fruit stage

Forbidden Fruit are putting a focus on Irish acts this year with their Bulmers Live Stage, fronted solely by Irish acts.

 

They’ve been releasing videos for some of the acts involved, including Wastefellow and Le Boom, and now they’ve released a video for LAOISE, a Galway native who creates electro pop. She details her work process, her thoughts on the Irish music scene at the moment, and looking forward to playing the stage at Forbidden Fruit this June bank holiday weekend.

Included on the lineup are Tara Stewart, Mango, Wastefellow, and Aik J, all of whom put on top notch performances at District Magazine’s Issue 002 launch last night in the Tara Building.

You can watch that video on Forbidden Fruit’s Facebook page, and be sure to check out the full lineup for the Bulmers Live Stage below.

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