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Future Islands for Dublin show at Collins Barracks

Future Islands for Dublin show at Collins Barracks

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Future Islands are the latest act announced for Singular Artists’ Wider Than Pictures series at the National Museum of Ireland, Collins Barracks – this August.

After Yungblud yesterday and First Aid Kit on Monday, Baltimore synth-pop foursome Future Islands play the venue Thursday 24 August 2023, with guests to be announced.

Future Islands tickets

Tickets from €62.45 including booking fee from Ticketmaster.ie (subject to service charge) and Singularartists.ie. All tickets subject to €1 facility charge, available from Friday, 10 March at 10am from tcketmaster.ie or ingularartists.ie
For exclusive pre-sale access sign up to Singular Artists mailing list, available from Monday, 6th March at 10am

About Future Islands

Their latest album ‘As Long As You Are’ – their sixth full length – was released on 4AD Records in 2020, and received rave reviews from NME, Rolling Stone and The Line Of Best Fit, who gushingly wrote ‘As Long As You Are is a portrait of Herring and co at the top of their game – a collection of taught electro-pop numbers graced with poetic flair’.

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Future Islands are a band whose brilliance was always hiding in plain sight. One viral moment might have catapulted them to worldwide recognition, but they were just doing what they always did – pouring their heart and soul into every moment, and channelling art’s great power to spread love and hope.


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