Sin É Presents

Bannered Mare Fear of missing out – EP Launch

We will be rolling into Dublin Nov 16th to celebrate the release of our new EP ‘Fear of missing out’ at the always lovely Sin E.

We hope to see some friendly faces in for a dance!

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Bannered Mare is the new project of
Race the Flux frontman Joseph Padfield.

Stylistically his first EP Gizzards was a big departure from previous releases. The music was written with the ethos of simplicity and texture with lyrical themes of internal discord. The debut EP was all recorded at his home studio in Mayo and was released on indie label Umbrella Records.

The next ep ‘Fear of Missing out is set for release in the coming months. With the first offering ‘Blame Game’ out on the 15th July. Changing sound again Bannered Mare look back to they’re musical roots that bases itself in mathy riffs and good old fashioned fun

“My Anatomy is quite a touching song. But forget the innuendo
of that statement and just focus on the quality of the music
and lyrics of this fine new single from Bannered Mare.”
– David Dwane, Western People

“a sweeping blend of math rock guitars and folk touches.”
– Totally Galway Magazine

This is a stellar start for Bannered Mare. The lack of the screeching guitars and extended instrumentals, ever present in Padfield’s previous work, acts only to confirm his ability as a serious songsmith. And despite the relatively uncomplicated nature of this piece, it is very apparent that an awful lot of time went into the selection of every note, and of every sound. There is a definite beauty in Gizzards modesty.
Aran Sheehy – Goldenplec

The band showcase their diversity and prowess through the charismatic and charming guitars and vibrant rhythms. There is something for everyone in this track. Keep an eye on Bannered Mare.
– Indie Buddie

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  • 14/15 Upper Ormond Quay, Dublin 1, Co. Dublin
  • Opening Hours:
  • Wednesday through Sunday - 5pm 'til late
  • Call us at (01) 555 4036 or (01) 555 4037