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Shamir for Dublin show

Shamir for Dublin show

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Shamir has been announced for a gig in Dublin on Sunday 8th October.

Foggy Notions have announced a gig for Shamir, as part of their Homo Anxietatum tour this October, at The Workman’s Club in Dublin.

The gig is part of the tour for the non-binary artist’s new album of the same name for the Philadelphia-via-Las Vegas musician Shamir, who has been prolifically releasing music since first appearing with an electro album Ratchet that I loved in 2015, before switching to a more autonomous sound of indie-rock.

Homo Anxietatem, their ninth album and debut for Kill Rock Stars is out 18th August and all dates on the UK and Ireland tour are below. The title is Latin for “anxious man.” The album was recorded and produced by Hoost aka Justin Tailor (Rina Sawayama) in Hackney, London.
 

See Also

Shamir Tour Dates

2nd October – Paris – Supersonic Festival
4th October – Brighton, Green Door Store
5th October – Cardiff, Clwb lfor Bach
6th October – Bristol, Crofters Rights
8th October – Dublin, Workman’s Club
10th October – Leeds, Headrow House
11th October – Newcastle, Zerox
12th October – Glasgow, Hug & Pint
13th October – Norwich, Voodoo Daddys
14th October – Manchester, Beyond The Music/ Night & Day
15th October- Birmingham, Actress & The Bishop


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