The Irony are back and set to perform along side Alistair McGowan at The Regal cinema on Friday the 12th of December, where they will also release there second album of the year
“Good Times, Girls and Goodbyes”
Evesham band, The irony have had their heads down over the past few months working on new material and are now ready to release it to the masses,
after the success of their debut album “Ten Stories High” at the start of the year.
They are back!
Due to popular demand, they will be performing at the Amber Café, High Street, Evesham on Friday the 4th of Decemberat 8pm. The following evening sees them playing at The Firefly in Worcester supporting Sam Isaac and following that, the band will be supporting Alistair McGowan at the Regal cinema in Port St Evesham on the 12thof December.
Lead singer David Hughes said, ”2009 has been a great year for us after the release of our debut album at the start of the year. We are now following it up with a limited edition album, which we would like to dedicate to our fans, for their loyal support over the past 6 years. The album contains 18 tracks from the past present and future, none of which appear on our debut album so it will be something new for everyone”.
The irony’s new album “Good Times, Girls and Goodbyes” will be available from the 4th of December at all live shows and in Rapture records in the riverside shopping centre. For more information see www.theirony.co.uk
Tickets for the event at the Regal can still be brought via email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01386 421 007
For further information or to arrange any press interviews or photographs with the band please contact David Hughes on the details below. Band pictures are attached to this email.
m 0776.639.1402 a 20 Mill Road, Hampton, Evesham, Worcs, WR11 2NF
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