Touts - Derry's young punks set for Galway

Band continue proud tradition of pop-punk from 'the Maiden City'



DERRY HAS a long and proud tradition of punk, stretching back to the 1970s with The Undertones and the immortal 'Teenage Kicks', and continuing into today with such exciting young bands as Cherym and Touts.

Touts - Matthew Crossan, Jason Feenan, and Luke McLaughlin - play the Róisín Dubh on Sunday March 24 at 8pm, and their politically charged, socially aware music - calling themselves 'touts', a byword for traitors and informers, is both provocative and blackly humourous - have generated much excitement throughout Northern Ireland, and saw them sell out venues despite not having released any music.

Since 2017, they have released the EPs, Lit and Analysis Paralysis, as well as the singles 'Sickening & Deplorable', 'Bombscare', and 'Sold Out', all via Hometown Records.

Support is from Inhaler. Tickets are available from; the Ticket Desk at [email protected], Shop Street; and The Róisín Dubh.



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