Four second-generation Irish lads, three brothers and their best friend from school write songs about identity andbelonging.
With influences as diverse as Brendan Shine, The Pogues and The Stone Roses their mission is to get people dancing and thinking.
Anyone who has ever missed, or nearly missed, the Dublin-bound ferry from Holyhead will get the name.
Don’t be Missing The Ferry yourselves!
Released November 13, 2020 Music and Lyrics by Paul Anderson. Produced by Chris Anderson and Luise London
A barely heard phrase spluttered over the noise of a dimly lit Hackney Irish bar. A snatched image of an old fella nursing a pint and a chaser in a backstreet, Luton boozer. Just a couple of influences that lead to the creation of this tune.
Remembering a generation fast dying out along with their stories of love, loss, heroism and the mundane.
Our small tribute also this November to the bravery, senseless loss and sacrifice induced by war.
“God bless you and keep you.”
An old man leaves the pub his final farewell, coughing into the cold night air his breath still visible for a few moments before disappearing into the darkness.
(stream God Bless You And Keep You on the Bandcamp player below)
Bridge City Sinners | London August 14, 2022 at 6:00 pm – 11:00 pm
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