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MJ Lenderman announced for Dublin show

MJ Lenderman announced for Dublin show

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MJ Lenderman

Waxahatchee collaborator MJ Lenderman has been announced for a Dublin gig.

MJ Lenderman & The Wind plays at The Workman’s Club, Dublin on November 23rd this year.

MJ Lenderman is a songwriter born and raised in Asheville, North Carolina, who is also touring with Waxahatchee, and duets with her on the song ‘Right Back To It’

Tickets are available from singularartists.ie on Friday 3rd May at 10am.


11-Nov-24          Berlin, Privatclub (DE)  – TICKETS
12-Nov-24          Hamburg, Hafenklang (DE) – TICKETS
14-Nov-24          Amsterdam, Bitterzoet (NL) – TICKETS
15-Nov-24          Brussels, Botanique Witloof Bar (BE) – TICKETS
16-Nov-24          Paris, Point Ephemere (FR) – TICKETS
19-Nov-24          London, The Garage (UK) – TICKETS
21-Nov-24          Manchester, YES Pink Room (UK) – TICKETS
22-Nov-24          Leeds, Brudenell Social Club (UK) – TICKETS
23-Nov-24          Dublin, Workman’s Club (IRE) – TICKETS


MJ Lenderman

The anatomy of an MJ record might go something like this: warped pedal steels and skuzzed out guitar; a voice reminiscent of the high-lonesome warble of a choirboy. Songs snake their way from a lo-fi home recording to something glossier made with longtime friends at Asheville’s Drop of Sun studios, but the recording setting doesn’t seem to matter much – at its core, a Lenderman song rings true.

These are stories about everything from a relationship disintegrating outside the high-end butcher shop to a sighting of football star Dan Marino at the local Harris Teeter; from a love song built around a t-shirt kiosk at the airport, or the malaise of a grill rusting in the rain. And those are just some of the things you might find across his three solo records: MJ Lenderman (2019), Ghost of Your Guitar Solo (2021), and break-through acclaimed studio debut, Boat Songs (2022).

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Lenderman’s songwriting is simple and true, stories delivered with a loping, easy vibe – a shrug of the shoulders, off-the-cuff guitar riffs fuzzy, a tangle of pedal steel and rock ‘n’ roll distortion culminating in alt-country cacophony. An MJ Lenderman song feels like a postcard from a hazy memory, the unpredictable bits and details that end up sticking – bird songs from the rafters of a hardware store, a real good Bob Dylan cover – and what makes a story whole.


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