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Music / October 7, 2021

Tirzah is heading to Dublin early next year

Photo Credit: Lillie Eiger
Music / October 7, 2021

Tirzah is heading to Dublin early next year

Words: Dylan Murphy

Tirzah performs as part of Foggy Notions’ Flotations series having last week released her critically acclaimed second album Colourgrade.

Earlier this year, London artist Tirzah shared her sophomore album Colourgrade. It landed to critical acclaim and marked the follow up to her cult classic Devotion.

Taking place in The Button Factory on March 9, it’s the first of the March tour dates.

Tirzah’s video for ‘Send Me’.

Tickets from €25.00 (including booking fee) on sale Friday 8 October at 10:00.

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