Irish music luminaries Sack return to the stage with their first headline show in over three years at The Grand Social, Dublin on Thursday, December 23rd, 2021.
The Dublin 5 piece took full advantage of the downtime over the last year, working on new material of which details will be announced very soon. The Grand Social show will see the band debut these new songs in public, alongside Sack favourites like ‘Laughter Lines’, ‘What Did The Christians Ever Do For Us’, ‘Latitude’ and many more from their varied career.
The band will also take part in a special online performance with Live from the Red Room at Outhouse alongside Ailbhe Reddy and Paul Quinn as part of Dublin Pride 2021 on Saturday, June 26th at 7pm at www.dublinpride.ie while also featuring in the OPW Rathfarnham Rhythms: Reels To Rock concert series on Thursday, July 22nd at 8pm, which will be available to view at www.rathfarnhamcastle.ie
Sack is a Dublin-based 5-piece band comprising Martin McCann on vocals, John Brereton (guitar), Tony Brereton (drums) Derek Lee (bass) and Ken Haughton (guitar)
To date they have released 3 albums, ‘You Are What You Eat’, ‘Butterfly Effect’ and ‘Adventura Majestica’.
The band describe their sound as “Frank Sinatra fronting the Pixies”. Formed from the ashes of Lord John White the band came to notice with their strong melodic songs, biting political lyrics and new wave, guitar driven sensibilities.
SACK live at The Grand Social, Dublin
Thursday, 23rd December 2021
Tickets €17.50 on sale Thursday, 17th June at 10am from Ticketmaster.ie