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Music / June 24, 2021

Saint Sister open up a shop in the city centre ahead of their album launch

Music / June 24, 2021

Saint Sister open up a shop in the city centre ahead of their album launch

Words: Emily Mullen

The news comes ahead of their forthcoming album Where I Should End which drops on June 25

Saint Sister have launched a shop in the city centre ahead of their album launch. The shop on 21 Drury Street will be open for three days only, ahead of their sophomore album Where I Should End launches on Friday, June 25.

Morgan MacIntyre and Gemma Doherty’s shop will be open from 2-6pm Thursday, June 24, Friday from 10am-12pm and 3pm-8pm, with a signing from 6pm, and a “secret surprise” at 7.30pm, finishing up on Saturday from 11am-6pm.

“We’ll be here all today and tomorrow. Come say hi!,” they wrote on Twitter.

Speaking on the album MacIntyre said, “Where I Should End is all about trying to pin down something that can’t be held, trying to delineate yourself from the people around you, from what’s happening to you, from what you’re doing and I guess realizing that it’s all one big loop,” she adds. “I end where I begin again, and so does Gemma, and does everybody else. We’re all just trying to exist in the same world, trying to cope, trying to dream. Sometimes not coping, sometimes not dreaming, mostly just going forward.”

You can find Saint Sister’s shop on Dublin 2’s 21 Drury Street, from June 24-June 26, follow their Twitter profile for updates.

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