Fontaines D.C. Live At Foundry - May 27th 2022


£15.50
Fontaines D.C. Live At Foundry - May 27th 2022

***PLEASE READ ALL INFO BELOW BEFORE ORDERING***

***THIS SHOW GOES ON SALE AT 10AM ON TUESDAY 12TH APRIL - ALL OPTIONS WILL SHOW AS SOLD OUT UNTIL THEN. REFRESH THE PAGE AT 10AM OR UNTIL STOCK APPEARS AVAILABLE - PLEASE NOTE WE THINK THIS MAY SELL OUT QUITE FAST, SO BE QUICK - OUR SITE DOES NOT CART HOLD, SO NOTHING IS GUARANTEED UNTIL YOUR PURCHASE IS CONFIRMED AND COMPLETE! ALSO HEADS UP - PAYPAL IS SLOWER THAN USING A CARD***

To celebrate the release of Fontaine D.C.'s highly anticipated new album, Skinty Fia, (released 22nd April 2022), the band will play a show at the Foundry, Sheffield on May 27th 2022.

The Foundry is a 14+ venue. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. Bringing photo ID is recommended.

***TICKETS FOR THIS EVENT ARE PHYSICAL, THERE ARE NO E-TICKETS - YOU WILL NEED YOU PHYSICAL TICKET TO GET INTO THE EVENT***

***ALBUM WITH TICKET BUNDLES ARE AVAILABLE UP TO x4 PER PERSON - IF YOU ORDERED MORE THAT 4, WE WILL REFUND ANY ADDITIONAL***

***MAX 1 TICKET ONLY OPTION PER PERSON***

ALL SALES ARE FINAL, WE CANNOT CANCEL ORDERS

ALL TIKCETS WILL BE PHYSICAL TICKETS, THERE ARE *NO* E-TICKETS. PLEASE LOOK AFTER YOUR TICKETS AS WE CANNOT REPLACE LOST OR DAMAGED TICKETS.

THE SHOW IS 27TH MAY 2022.

Approximate schedule:

Doors 7.00pm, Fontaines D.C. on stage 8.30pm.

TICKETS AND ALBUMS THAT ARE ORDERED FOR SHIPPING WILL BE SHIPPED AROUND 22ND APRIL - THIS IS THE WEEK OF RECORD STORE DAY SO WE'LL BE VERY BUSY, SO WE WON'T BE GUARANTEEING DELIVERY FOR RELEASE DAY - WE'LL TRY OUR BEST, BUT JUST DEPENDS ON DELIVERIES AS WE'RE A VERY SMALL TEAM!

YOU CAN ALSO ORDER FOR COLLECTION IN STORE - BUT PLEASE BEAR OUR OPENING HOURS IN MIND (MONDAY-SATURDAY 11AM-3PM) - SATURDAY 23RD APRIL IS RECORD STORE DAY, SO COLLECTIONS WON'T BE POSSIBLE THAT DAY!

 

About the new album:

2020’s A Hero’s Death saw Fontaines D.C. land a #2 album in the UK, receive nominations at the GRAMMYs, BRITs and Ivor Novello Awards, and sell out London’s iconic Alexandra Palace.

Now the band return with their third record in as many years: Skinty Fia. Used colloquially as an expletive, the title roughly translates from the Irish language into English as “the damnation of the deer”; the spelling crassly anglicized, and its meaning diluted through generations. Part bittersweet romance, part darkly political triumph - the songs ultimately form a long-distance love letter, one that laments an increasingly privatized culture in danger of going the way of the extinct Irish giant deer.

 


 

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