Wednesday 22nd September
Tickets £7 | 19:30
Consisting of two brothers and two friends, Emily 7 are an Indie Rock outfit from Dublin, Ireland. Forming in 2017, the band have gone from strength to strength in the Irish music scene.
Originally they started as a two piece, Brothers Kyle Bellew and Scott Bellew, on Vocals/Guitar and Drums respectively. The brothers were later joined by guitarist Daniel Clarke, and bassist Brandon Carrig, who together brought a no nonsense cohesive sound, forming what we now know as Emily 7.
Emily 7 are also brand ambassadors with Fred Perry as part of their Subculture series. In March 2021, the band were featured in the RTE series ‘My Tribe’ which focused on the Indie music scene in Ireland.
‘Somebody’, their debut release as a 4 piece took the band to whole new level, amassing over 25k streaming, being featured in publications in the UK, Canada, Europe and Ireland. ‘Somebody’ even garnered praise from none other than Liam Gallagher, who shared the song to his 3.5m followers, giving it his highest praise. Not a bad feat for a band from council estates in Dublin.
Known to show up and gig anywhere that would have them, Emily 7 have garnered themselves a reputation for being one of Dublin’s hardest working bands. Thriving their way through the open mic scene, then led them to start playing their own headline shows in prestigious Dublin venues such as Whelans, The Workman’s Club and The Underground as well as a set at Electric Picnic.
with support from Louis & The Shakes
A lone rider with a point to prove, voyages through a whirlwind cinematic novella, painted on a Western canvas.
This dizzying depiction is one orchestrated by the minds of Louis and the Shakes. Since stamping their mark in 2020 with the release of their unapologetically infectious single ‘Snake Hips,’ the London quarter caught the eye of Radio X’s John Kennedy as well as BBC Introducing. Now they have made it their mission to transport you into their universe of hard hitting retro-tinged riffs and psychedelic rock influences.
Their low-fidelity approach to recording and performing blends indie rock with the subtle influences from the nomadic gun-slinging cowboys of the ‘old west,’ genre. Their sound is undeniably distinctive, fronted by Louis’ unique characteristics on vocals, amplified by the fierce tremolo of guitar and powered by thundering drums.
At the beginning of 2021, the band established themselves after the release of their first single led to them featuring on Amazon Music’s “Best New Bands,” playlist. The band also recently enraptured new fans with a live performance at London’s historic Shepherds Bush Empire, as well as an exhilarating set at This Feeling’s Rewired Festival.
With an arsenal of release from their upcoming debut album, this train is hurtling away and they want you on the ride. The question is: ‘How Badly Do You Want It?’
For fans of: Queens of The Stone Age, Arctic Monkeys, The Black Keys, Royal Blood, Black Honey, The Blue Stones