Girl Band bring incendiary show to Limerick’s Bourke’s Bar

Dublin quartet Girl Band, who play in Bourke's Bar this Thursday night
DON’T be fooled by the name, there ain’t nothing girly about Dublin quartet Girl Band, who are an incendiary, at times venomous proposition with a bright future ahead of them.

DON’T be fooled by the name, there ain’t nothing girly about Dublin quartet Girl Band, who are an incendiary, at times venomous proposition with a bright future ahead of them.

The rocking quartet are the latest up-and-coming act to play for Seoda Shows at Bourke’s Bar on Catherine Street this Thursday (doors 9pm, €5).

Proving that Seoda has an unrivalled eye for emerging Irish talent, the Dublin four-piece come to Limerick as part of a national tour in support of their new single.

Lawman is being released with Any Other City Records on a limited run of 300 7” records, each screen-printed and hand stitched.

The noise rock band from Dublin released their debut single In My Head, followed by their six track EP – France 98 - both in 2012 on the label, home at one stage to Villagers and James Vincent McMorrow.

The noise rock band say they are influenced by “a mix of 70s post punk, 80s hardcore punk, with textures and song structures influenced by techno acts”.

With a live show known for being loud, intense and energetic, this is a show not to miss. Support on the night is from Princess.