(Dublin, Ireland) — in April 2020, the 4 piece guitar band were set to play their final show after 14 years together. 2 years later, on the 8th of April, the band will grace the Whelans stage one last time, bringing what is sure to be a charged performance the band was so well known for.
Gypsies on the Autobahn is made up of brothers James and Daniel Smith, and friends Niall Mooney and Gary Quinn. Getting together at the age of 16 to perform in a school talent show, the 4 continued writing music together and went on to have a career which spanned 14 years. The band saw much success in their time together, releasing two albums with Universal Records Ireland, touring with bands like Little Green Cars and Bleeding Heart Pigeons, supporting acts Bombay Bicycle Club and playing festival slots including Oxegen, Electric Picnic and Other Voices.
Talking about the upcoming show, lead singer James says ‘we’ve been amping this up in our heads for the last 2 years and have been planning a great show for people. We want to end it all with a bang, and thank all those people who followed us for years by giving them a show they deserve.’