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Maud in Cahoots


$16 member /
$20 non-member

 

 

Maud in Cahoots

Saturday, May 9
Doors Open at 7 pm | Show at 8 pm

FEATURING
Maud and Zoe Ní Riordáin
and band members
Alan Common and Steve Markham

With Special Guest Emerson Young

"Truly captivating with bags of star quality." - The Irish Times at Electric Picnic 2014

"Undisputedly one of the finest acts in the country. We recommend getting on this particular bandwagon early. If they become as big as they deserve to, you may soon struggle to get tickets." - Hot Press Magazine

Dublin based duet Maud in Cahoots is made up of sisters Maud and Zoe Ní Riordáin and band. Combining luscious chamber-pop arrangements with melancholy melodies worthy of the most lovelorn of Scandinavian chanteuses, Maud in Cahoots play their unique brand of dramatic alternative pop that is addictive from the first listen.

In 2014, they staged The Well Rested Terrorist, a live concept album for a sold-out run at the Peacock Theatre during Dublin Fringe Festival which The Irish Times called "absorbing; a painstaking work, given startling execution. They are regulars at festivals such as Electric Picnic, Sea Sessions, and SXSW, have played support for The Antlers and Snow Patrol and come to the Irish Arts Center from a week of showcases at Canadian Music Week.

 



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