The Murder Capital have announced a show at 3Olympia Theatre Dublin later this year.
The Clown’s Reflection Tour touches down at the 3Olympia Theatre, Dublin on Saturday 18th November 2023 and is the closing show of the tour.
The band have released a video for recent album Gigi’s Recovery highlight ‘Crying’, along with extensive tour dates in Europe and UK.
Tickets for the Dublin five-piece band’s gig are €29.90 including booking fees on sale Friday June 2nd at 10am.
The Clown’s Reflection Tour dates:
5th October – Berlin – Hole44
6th October – Copenhagen – Amager Bio
7th October – Stockholm – Nalen
9th October – Oslo – John Dee
11th October – Cologne – Club Volta
12th October – Groningen – De Oosterpoort
13th October – Brussels – Orangerie, Botanique
14th October – Tilburg – 013 Tilburg ‘Here’s the Thing’ Festival
16th October – Tourcoing (Lille) – Le Grand Mix
17th October – Paris – La Cigale
18th October – La Rochelle – La Sirene
19th October – Nantes – Le Stereolux
21st October – Bordeaux – Rock School Barbey
22nd October – Nimes – La Paloma
24th October – Barcelona – La (2) De Apolo
25th October – Valencia – Ram Club
27th October – Madrid – Nazca
28th October – Santiago de Compostela – Capitol
29th October – Bilbao – Bilborock
31st October – Lyon – Le Transbordeur
2nd November – Milan – Circolo Magnolia
4th November – Rome – Largo
7th November – Glasgow – Queen Margaret Union (QMU)
8th November – Leeds – Project House
10th November – Birmingham – The Crossing
11th November – Liverpool – Invisible Wind Factory
13th November – Cambridge – Cambridge Junction
15th November – London – Electric Ballroom
18th November – Dublin – 3Olympia Theatre
The video was directed by Pump from the band, who said:
“Early on, Crying solidified itself as a track that steered the direction of the record.
Crying was birthed in the surreal, from the art we were consuming and the environment that was summer 2020. When that direction was revealing itself, so were the first accessible A.I. visual generators.
“Something about nature depicted in this fashion, captured what inspired us in our pursuit towards a more textured and mosaic approach. I continued to picture these distorted hills and compressed waves as the track developed. So when it was discussed that it wouldn’t be a single, I made a point of making a video myself to portray what I’d been seeing the whole time.”
Singer James says of the song:
“The greatest determination I’ve found is in the love of a true friendship. The meaning behind Crying is quite literally about holding onto that connection for dear life, whether yours or a friend’s. When your friend needs you, you gotta be there for them. No hesitation. No matter what.”
2023 has been a breakout year for The Murder Capital. Alongside ‘Gigi’s Recovery’, they played a 16-date US tour, as well as appearing at Coachella for the first time. The band recently headlined The Great Escape in Brighton, and this summer have a packed schedule with over thirty festival performances including Glastonbury, Primavera, Reading and Leeds, Latitude, Electric Picnic and End Of The Road.
The band did a KEXP session recently too:
The Murder Capital
The Murder Capital are:
James McGovern – vocals
Damien Tuit – guitars
Cathal Roper – guitars / keys
Gabriel Paschal Blake – bass
Diarmuid Brennan – drums