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19th April 2013

Price : €13.00 (including booking)

ADDRESS

The Workman's Club, 10 Wellington Quay, Temple Bar, Dublin

WEB

www.nightbeds.org

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Nights Beds

Welcome to the sound of Winston Yellen and Night Beds, who in one stunning ten-track debut album Country Sleep, have shown that there is plenty of life left in the world of American music if you have the voice, the songs and the gift to touch hearts and souls. Think of a space between Mark Kozelek (Red House Painters/Sun Kil Moon), Gram Parsons and the dreamier side of My Morning Jacket; a heavenly place of pure country soul, touched by an endearing innocence and honesty that can only come from someone still in their early twenties.

“The guy is blessed with jump-out-of-the-gym vocal athleticism…the beautiful, new stranger in town.” – Pitchfork

"your new favorite band…. exquisitely pretty, dark." – Time Out NY

Video: Even If We Try

Ticket Information:

Tickets €13.00 (including booking) from www.tickets.ie & www.ticketmaster.ie

Nights Beds

19th April 2013

Price : €13.00 (including booking)

ADDRESS

The Workman's Club, 10 Wellington Quay, Temple Bar, Dublin

WEB

www.nightbeds.org

Share

Welcome to the sound of Winston Yellen and Night Beds, who in one stunning ten-track debut album Country Sleep, have shown that there is plenty of life left in the world of American music if you have the voice, the songs and the gift to touch hearts and souls. Think of a space between Mark Kozelek (Red House Painters/Sun Kil Moon), Gram Parsons and the dreamier side of My Morning Jacket; a heavenly place of pure country soul, touched by an endearing innocence and honesty that can only come from someone still in their early twenties.

“The guy is blessed with jump-out-of-the-gym vocal athleticism…the beautiful, new stranger in town.” – Pitchfork

"your new favorite band…. exquisitely pretty, dark." – Time Out NY

Video: Even If We Try

Ticket Information:

Tickets €13.00 (including booking) from www.tickets.ie & www.ticketmaster.ie

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