Irish alternative/indie folk group, Saint Sister, will perform a live set within the surrounds of the Dean Crowe Theatre on Saturday, December 11, at 8pm.
Built around mesmerising close-knit vocal harmonies, electro-acoustic harp and synthesisers, Saint Sister have been sonically likened to Enya, Lisa Hannigan, Cocteau Twins.
Their 2018 debut LP ‘Shape of Silence’ was met with critical acclaim and nominated for the Choice Music Prize and the duo have toured extensively across the globe over the last few years on their own and in support of Hozier, Keane, and Lisa Hannigan. Some highlights include a stunning NPR Tiny Desk Concert, SXSW and Glastonbury.
Saint Sister’s sophomore record ‘Where I Should End’ seeks to find meaning in a world that doesn’t stand still and although the stories behind the songs stem from the unravelling and rebuilding of relationships while on the road, ‘Where I Should End’ finds Saint Sister in a place of great certainty, and performing at their peak.
Doherty and MacIntyre build upon their already evocative, entwining vocals and rich, atmospheric melodies to craft varied and resonant soundscapes that radiate with a breathtaking new warmth.
Tickets for this live performance, priced €20, are now available online at www.deancrowetheatre.com or by calling the box office on 090 6492129.