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Music / September 8, 2021

Injury Reserve are heading to Dublin

Photo by Nick Herbert & Parker Corey
Music / September 8, 2021

Injury Reserve are heading to Dublin

Words: Dylan Murphy

Ahead of the release of their forthcoming album By The Time I Get To Phoenix the duo have announced their European dates.

Shortly after the global pandemic took grip of the world, experimental hip hop group Injury Reserve lost one third of their group. Rapper Groggs died unexpectedly and understandably the remaining members Ritchie and Parker stepped away for a period of time.

In that time, Ritchie and Corey worked on and finished the material that would make up their new album By The Time I Get To Phoenix. In the past month the pair have shared two new videos for ‘Knees’ and ‘Superman That’ ahead of their sophomore album which pays tribute to their late friend.

Last night they revealed they’ll be hitting the road and touring across North America and Europe in 2022. Amongst their dates is a show on February 2 at The Academy with New York producer and artist Slauson Malone and Zeroh.

Tickets are €17.35 Incl. booking fee and go on sale Friday 10 September at 10.00 from Ticketmaster.

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