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Pixies announce 3 Dublin shows playing Bossanova & Trompe Le Monde in full

Pixies announce 3 Dublin shows playing Bossanova & Trompe Le Monde in full

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Pixies have announced a three-run residency in Dublin in 2024 on 8th, 9th and 10th March.

The three shows at 3Olympia Theatre, Dublin are part of a series of residencies across Europe (also in Manchester, London, Amsterdam and Paris), from the legendary US rock band.

The shows will see the band-for the first time ever-play their cult classic 4AD albums Bossanova and Trompe Le Monde in their entireties, as well as other classics from their catalogue.

Tickets on sale Friday, from €62 including booking fees on sale Friday 9th June at 9AM

About Pixies

Pixies have been acclaimed as the most influential, pioneering band of the late 80s alt/rock movement, having served as a major influence for artists like Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Radiohead, the Strokes, Weezer, and many more. And today, a whole new generation of music fans has been discovering and embracing the band’s “loudquietloud” signature sound. Quirky, catchy melodies have always been Pixies’ calling card; seven genre-defining studio albums, including the Gold-certified Surfer Rosa, and the iconic Platinum Doolittle, considered one of the all-time, quintessential alt/rock albums. Sell-out crowds all over the globe, Pixies’ live shows are unadulterated magic, simultaneously electrifying and lo-fi. Seventy-five minutes of the band playing anything they want, in whatever order they want, the classics and the new gems. And no two Pixies shows are ever the same.

After disbanding in 1993, Pixies launched their reunion tour in April 2004, playing to sell-out crowds across the globe for 15 years, a far longer period of time than they were a band originally. But writing, recording, and releasing new music was something that the band had been wanting to do for a long time, so they secretly booked studio time in Wales for the fall of 2012. Six days into the recording, founding bassist Kim Deal decided to leave the band; Black Francis, Joey Santiago and David Lovering made the decision to carry on, finishing and releasing the band’s first studio album in more than two decades, 2014’s Indie Cindy.

Early 2022 saw the band and producer Dalgety settle into Guilford Studios in the woods of Vermont, armed with a true abundance of riches, more demos than were needed for the band’s eighth album, Doggerel. Pixies renewed musical fervor saw a stand-alone single, “Human Crime,” leap from the shadows in March 2022, and the band then headed out on the road to play sold-out shows in North America, headline BBC Radio 6 Music Festival in Cardiff, and play Mexico City’s Vive Latino festival to 70,000 people.

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