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Music / March 22, 2021

Metronomy are coming to Dublin

Music / March 22, 2021

Metronomy are coming to Dublin

Words: Dylan Murphy

More gig news!

Metronomy have announced their return to Ireland with a show at The Olympia Theatre, Dublin on April 26th 2022.

To celebrate the tenth anniversary of their Mercury-prize nominated album The English Riviera, Metronomy have revealed they are re-issuing the album alongside six previously unreleased bonus tracks.

It’ll land April 30 2021 and will be followed by a tour that includes a show in Dublin’s Olympia Theatre on April 26 2022.

The news comes with the release of one of the unheard bonus tracks ‘Picking Up For You’, which you can listen to below:

Tickets are €25 and go on sale this Friday at 10.00. Click here to purchase. 

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