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General News / December 10, 2018

Maverick Sabre announces Dublin & Cork dates

General News / December 10, 2018

Maverick Sabre announces Dublin & Cork dates

After a three year hiatus, it’s good to have Maverick Sabre back making music.

 

In SeptemberUK-based, Irish vocalist, producer and songwriter Maverick Sabre shared the first track from his forthcoming third album. It’s now been confirmed that ‘Drifting’ will be released on a project called ‘When I Wake Up’ which arrives in full on March 22.

“It’s been three years,” he says about the visuals. “So proud to have this video out. This is only the start. Big love to everyone who’s been a part of this one. Love to Ireland and Ballymun.”

He today took to Twitter to announce that he’d also be embarking on a Irish and UK tour, kicking the tour off in Cork’s Cyprus Avenue on March 29 and The Academy, Dublin on March 30.