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Saint Sister’s Morgana announces solo project Irish & UK dates

Saint Sister’s Morgana announces solo project Irish & UK dates

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Saint Sister’s Morgana played her debut Dublin show at Ireland Music Week this past Friday at the Grand Social and has now announced a debut Irish tour.

Morgana MacIntyre of Saint Sister has announced Irish tour for her solo project Morgana.

With the Instagram handle of ‘Morgana’s Party Hits’ and a subtitle of “prepared to party, ready to cry”, the show at Ireland Music Week featured a six-piece band and some electronic pop tracks that featured an Italo influence (to these ears).

The band members included Paddy Ormond on keys (The Claque), Saoirse Duane on guitar (Wyvern Lingo) , Shane Gough on drums (live drums with Saint Sister), Naiara on bass (Big Sleep) and the live show featured extra audio input from Malaprop Theatre director Claire O’Reilly, which had the narrative of a therapy session.

A debut album from Morgana is forthcoming, and these dates are the first headline shows.

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Morgana tour dates:

Nov 10, 11 – Dead Rabbit, NYC
Nov 18 – Ulster Sports Club, Belfast
Nov 20 – The Grace, Islington (free show)
Nov 25 – Whelan’s, Upstairs

TIckets on sale tomorrow, Tuesday October 10th, from 5pm – i’ll update link here but see MorganasPartyHits on Insta for more.

Poster: Dee Morgan.

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