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Music / November 24, 2022

Loyle Carner and more join Other Voices lineup

Image: Loyle Carner
Music / November 24, 2022

Loyle Carner and more join Other Voices lineup

Words: Ellen Kenny

Loyle Carner, Inhaler, Gilla Band and more will perform at St. James’ Church in Dingle with Other Voices.

Other Voices have announced more acts joining the performances in St. James’ Church as part of Other Voices, taking place from December 2 to December 4.

Hip hop rapper Loyle Carner will return to the Church to play songs from his recently released fourth album Hugo. Loyle previously performed at Other Voices in 2018.

Platinum-selling Ivor Novello winner Paulo Nutini was also announced in the Church line up, making his Other Voices debut in Dingle.

Other acts recently announced include alt-pop four-piece The Big Moon, Dublin-based rock band Inhaler, and emerging Dundalk band Just Mustard. Other acts at the Church include Gemma Dunleavy, Gilla Band, and Sorcha Richardson.

Other Voices have also announced that performing artist and rapper Celaviedmai will join Kynsy, Bricknasty, Pa Sheehy and Selló in the IMRO Other Room.

All performances at St. James’ Church and the IMRO Other room will be streamed on Other Voices’ YouTube channel. Tickets for performances are not available for sale, but Other Voices will be announcing competitions in the coming weeks to gain access.

Speakers at Other Voices include housing activist Rory Hearne, journalist Sally Hayden and broadcaster Louise McSharry. Following Other Voices in Dingle, The Murder Capital, John Cummins, Sean McKeon,
Liam O’Connor and more will perform at the Guinness Storehouse on December 14 for “Other Voices: Home”.

Click here to find out more about Other Voices and competitions for tickets.

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