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Spies explore themes of friendship and betrayal on new track ‘Uriah’

Spies explore themes of friendship and betrayal on new track ‘Uriah’


Dublin-based five-piece band Spies made up of Michael Broderick, Neil Dexter, Conor Cusack, Hugh O’Dwyer and Jeffrey Courtney re-emerged after a two-year break with ‘Young Dad’ earlier this year, a track that presented a new electronically experimental sound for the band.

During their break period, Spies spent their time writing and recording new music, progressing their sound with the introduction of synths and drum machines.

‘Uriah’ is their latest release, a track that continues to reveal the bands evolving electronic-based sound that sparks influences from artists such as Fatima Yahama, Floating Points and New Jackson.

The track is from their debut album Constancy which is set to be released later this year. Recorded at Bow Lane studio, Dublin and produced by Jake Miller.

SPIES - Uriah (Official Audio)

Spies play a headline show at The Workman’s Club on August 10th. Tickets priced at €13+ are available from Eventbrite.

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