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Introducing: Soda Blonde

The Backstory: Fronted by singer-songstress Faye O’RourkeAdam O’Regan (keys and guitar), Donagh Seaver O’Leary (bass) and Dylan Lynch (drums), who all emerged from the ashes of the internationally acclaimed band Little Green Cars. The transformation is lead by a distinctive new sound that seamlessly weaves together influences from Fleetwood Mac, Little Dragon, Bat For Lashes and Kate Bush whilst still keeping the integrity and unique charm that sky-rocketed Little Green Cars’ success. The result… enticing, dreamy alternative-pop music.

The Dublin based SODA BLONDE have also just released their debut EP “Terrible Hands”. The EP’s title track, the band’s second single, is out now and they’re now playing a string of Irish dates and playing their first shows on the mainland, in London and Manchester in support of the new release.

”In light of the times we live in ‘Terrible Hands’ was chosen as the title track for our EP. It touches on failed relationships, personal short comings and self discovery. It was written over a hugely transitional period for all of us and was nothing but joy to create. We’ve been busy preparing the new material for the last few months and are so excited to get to share them to a live audience.” – Faye O’Rourke

Key Tracks: ‘Swimming Through the Night’ and ‘Terrible Hands’

FFO: Little Dragon, Bat For Lashes, Kate Bush, London Grammar

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