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General News / November 20, 2018

London-based, Dublin group Blackfish Collective announce headline show

General News / November 20, 2018

London-based, Dublin group Blackfish Collective announce headline show

It’s a homecoming for the avant-garde hip hop group.

 

Afropunk Fest UK battle of the band winners Blackfish Collective, who comprise of members The Notas, returned with a new track in October called ‘Sittabella‘. Now Prettyboy Francis, Caleb Kunle, Demigosh, Princs$, Mo Tabs and The Vice have been confirmed for what’s being billed as their ‘debut Irish show’.

Their latest outing is a little less abrasive and punk-driven than previous tracks like ‘Zobo‘, showing the group’s musical diversity, however ignore the fun nature of ‘Sittabella’, and expect nothing less than mayhem at their live show.

They play The Sound House on Friday February 15, tickets from €10 with support from Evans Junior and Damola.