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‘THEIR MUSIC IS ETHEREAL BUT SAINT SISTER ARE DOWN TO EARTH’

THE TIMES UK

“THE THICK, EERIE ELECTRO-FOLK OF IRELAND’S SAINT SISTER, NOT SO MUCH HAUNTED AS DELICATELY POSSESSED”

THE GUARDIAN 

IT’S EASY TO GET LOST IN THE MINIMAL, CHASMIC, BUT BEAUTIFULLY ARRANGED SOUNDSCAPES”

STEREOGUM

“DELICATE, FULL, DESPERATE VOCAL SHINE”

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY


UPCOMING

June 3rd 

• Forbidden Fruit festival (W/ Elbow & First Aid Kit)

May 22nd

• NPR Tiny Desk concert

May 15th

• New single: Is it too early? {Kilmainham}

May 2nd

• Mahogany “Covers” Session

Starting April 30th

• 20 date North American TOUR with Henry Jamison

April 26th

• Sold out Dublin show @ Lost Lane


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Reviews & Nominations

“BEAUTIFUL, ETHEREAL MUSIC”

NPR

GORGEOUS"

BILLBOARD MAGAZINE 

”BEAUTIFULLY SPELLBINDING WEE-HOURS COLLECTION OF SONGS THAT ARE VERY MUCH THEIR OWN”

THE IRISH TIMES

“their astute pop touch shunts them ahead of contemporaries”

CLASH MAGAZINE

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BIOgraphy

Saint Sister are a duo from the North of Ireland. Since forming in 2014 they have quickly established themselves as one of the most talked about bands in Ireland. 2015’s 'Madrid' was a breakout success, playlisted on BBC Radio 1, RTE and across European radio, enabling them to tour extensively around Ireland, UK and mainland Europe.

Festival highlights at Glastonbury, Electric Picnic and Latitude and support slots with The National, Lisa Hannigan and Hozier have secured their reputation as a phenomenal live band.

Their debut album 'Shape of Silence’ was released last October to rave reviews and they embarked on a 50 date world tour, across the USA, Canada, Australia and Europe to promote it. The band were nominated again for the 2018 Choice Music Prize, both for Song of the Year and Album of the Year. They return to the USA in May for a month long tour with Henry Jamison.  


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2018 Highlights

  • Collab with Kormac & Jafaris on Causing Trouble Remix.

  • Opened for Hozier across Europe.

  • Headline show at Olympia, Dublin (1000 tickets sold).

  • rest of Irish dates sold out (1500 tickets).

  • Sold out Kings Place London (200 tickets).

  • James Vincent McMorrow Remix of You Never Call.

  • Sync collaboration with 3 Mobile: “Made by Music campaign”.

  • 4 showcases at SXSW

  • Performed at The National Concert Hall,Dublin and The Barbican (Re-imagining Ireland concert).


Upcoming SHOWs


Top Markets

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1 United States • 2 United Kingdom • 3 Ireland • 4 Germany • 5 Canada


INSIGHTS

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