Meath indie pop stalwarts HamsandwicH have released their debut album Carry The Meek on streaming services for the first time ever to mark the 20th anniversary of being a band.
The album was originally released 15 years ago, in 2008, and featured songs like ‘Keepsake’, ‘Carry The Meek’, ‘Click…Click…Boom!’, ‘Broken Glass’ and the single ‘Words’.
Listen to the original album on Spotify and other streaming services.
The Kells band have been marking their 20 years in the business. They released a new single single ‘Good Friday’ on the very day recently, and are playing a headline show at the Olympia this October.
The is was the closing track from HamsandwicH’s recent album Magnify, The track holds lots of sentimental value for the band. Not only did they form HamsandwicH 20 years ago at a “Good Friday Party” but the track itself features the voice of their late manager Derek Nally.
HamsandwicH will two new EPs in the coming months that will contain both old favourite and new songs from the trio.
HamsandwicH Tour Dates
April 29 – Live at St. Luke’s, Cork (Trio Acoustic)
April 30 – Feile na Bealtaine, St. James’ Church, Dingle (Trio Acoustic)
May 20 – Stables, Mullingar (Trio Acoustic)
May 26 – Mike the Pies, Listowel (Trio Acoustic)
June 3 – Wildroots Festival, Sligo (Trio Acoustic)
July 8 – Sult Festival, Donegal (Trio Acoustic)
August 6 – Indiependence, Cork (Trio Acoustic)
October 21 – Olympia Theatre, Dublin (Trio Acoustic)