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Music / November 10, 2021

Sad Night Dynamite are coming to The Workman’s Club

Music / November 10, 2021

Sad Night Dynamite are coming to The Workman’s Club

Words: Dylan Murphy

The Glastonbury duo head to the capital in February 2022.

Today, Sad Night Dynamite have revealed they’ll be landing in Dublin early next year for their debut Irish show. Growing up in Glastonbury, a town where the world’s escapists gather for an annual pilgrimage, it’s easy to see how otherworldly sounds and fantastical visuals crept into their music. Having dropped two mixtapes and a slew of nocturnal videos they’re taking the universe they crafted in lockdown to the world.

In just a couple of years the pair have earned co-signs from Gorillaz, been spotted in the studio with Pa Salieu and FKA Twigs and performed at All Points East amongst other festivals.

The group play The Workman’s Club on February 18 2022. In the mean time read our feature with the duo and dive head first into the weird and wonderful world of Sad Night Dynamite.

Tickets go on sale at 9.00 Thursday 11 November from here.

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