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General News / May 6, 2017

Le Boom are next up in the new video series by Bulmers

General News / May 6, 2017

Le Boom are next up in the new video series by Bulmers

“There’s such a healthy relationship between different bands… if you ever needed help with anything about the industry you could definitely give somebody a call…”

 

Last week Forbidden Fruit announced their new area, the Bulmers Live Stage, a place to host “19 Irish artists over the Bank Holiday weekend, promoting some of the best in new Irish music”.

You can check out the full line up for the stage here, and to coincide with it Bulmers have curated a video series of some of the artists performing. The first one saw Wastefellow giving a brief insight into his creative process which you can watch here.

Now it’s time for Dublin duo Le Boom to give a taste of what they’re all about. They describe their upbeat house/pop infused sound, and speak warmly about the Irish music community. Check it out in full below, and catch them at Forbidden Fruit Festival in June.