Badhands - debut album, Róisín Dubh show

Dublin singer-songwriter draws inspiration from Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds, Leonard Cohen, Arcade Fire, and Villagers

Badhands.

Badhands.

BADHANDS, THE musical project of Dublin songwriter Dan Fitzpatrick, has released his debut album Predictable Boy, and is coming to Galway tonight to play the Róisín Dubh.

Predictable Boy began as a collaboration with producer and bass player Tom Cosgrave (The Minutes ), then evolved in to a more expansive project with multi-instrumentalist Aoife Ruth, Ken Mooney (drums ), and engineer Chris Barry.

Drawing inspiration from Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds, Leonard Cohen, Arcade Fire, and Villagers, the album explores themes such as laziness, loneliness, loss, and madness, through music that can be dark and brooding or frantic and energetic, with moments of genuine euphoria weaved in. Fitzpatrick previously worked as a musician and songwriter for The Mighty Stef, The Last Tycoons, Paddy Hanna, and Maud in Cahoots.

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