Ireland’s best-known indie-pop band, HamsandwicH will showcase their latest album, Magnify, at Monroe’s Live on Saturday, November 19. The popular and much-loved group from Meath have become a leading voice in the alt-pop world.
Attracting a host of fans since they first rocketed onto the Irish music scene, they are renowned for their exciting performances. They have perfected the ability to capture an audience with rousing delivery and professional musicianship.
Having graced the main stages of Electric Picnic and Longitude, HamsandwicH have also supported rock legends Bon Jovi at Slane Castle. They were also personally invited by Mumford & Sons to play at the Phoenix Park in Dublin. With such accolades, they are set to bring their most recent work to the west of Ireland this November.
With the soaring vocals of Niamh Farrell and the deep baritone harmony of Podge McNamee, the talented pair are complemented by the guitar riffs of Brian Darcy. Combined, HamsandwicH deliver a powerful live show, bringing a fresh sound as they cross multiple music genres.
Their sound is infused with layers of country, rock, indie, and so much more. Now, their latest work, Magnify, is full of electro dance flair. It's a nod to their past, with upbeat melodies beautifully enhanced with the beat of synth embellishments and rhythm.
Behind this cheerful electro pop lies an ability to reach out through song writing. The album Magnify examines the importance of human connections and reaching out to those who are lost - without losing the band’s call to party. It’s set to be an electric night. Join HamsandwicH at Monroe’s Live on Saturday, November 19.
Tickets cost €25 from www.monroes.ie and doors open at 8pm.