Stone Sea return to Sin É on the 27th of November in support of their new single “Oblivion” with support on the night from Punching Peaches and Jesuit Drips.
Stone Sea was started in Brazil 2014 by vocalist and guitarist Elvis Suhadolnik Bonesso. With Elvis moving to Ireland and Stone Sea being rebranded with the addition of bassist Ben Thonett and drummer Connor Middleton. Stone Sea embarked on an Irish tour in support of their second EP ‘Mankind Maze’, playing shows all across the country, including headlining the Kasbah stage at renowned Irish festival ‘Siege of Limerick’. Now, Stone Sea are releasing their newest single ‘Oblivion’ which is available on all streaming platforms from November 17th.
Punching Peaches are an Irish post-punk/experimental band. Punching Peaches emerged from a basement in Galway after a chance encounter between three hungry peaches; front man Conor King, guitarist Jack Sinnott and drummer Naoise Jordan Cavanagh. The group cut up and combine a smattering of sonic influences as well as taking cues from the worlds of art, literature and cinema. Bringing new ideas and a fresh perspective to the Irish indie-rock scene.
Jesuit Drips are an alternative rock band from Dublin, Ireland. Their punchy, riff fuelled sound combines elements of heavy metal with a raw grunge energy and lyrics that bemoan the conditions of 21st century existence.
Jesuit Drips have recorded their debut EP ‘Seasons’, to be released in early 2022.
Tickets available from www.sin-e.ie & Eventbrite.
Early bird @ €7.50
Full price @ €10
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