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In just three years, Brave Giant has gone from selling out two nights Upstairs at Whelans in Dublin to the band’s biggest headline show to date at The Olympia Theatre, Dublin on Saturday November 9th, being on the cusp of selling out almost five months out from show day.  An additional allocation of tickets has been released this week and now on sale via ticketmaster.ie

Emmett Collum (percussion), Mark Prunty (bass, guitar/vocals), Podge Gill (guitar/vocals), Ross McNerney (banjo/mandolin/keys), are Brave Giant.  A band rooted in an inherited love for trad & folk, moulded, morphed and inspired by indie & alternative influences.

This weekend (July 6th) the four-piece were delighted to make the trip to Lahinch and be part of the #DDFIO (Dubai Duty Free Irish Open) festival.

Last month saw the Longford based four-piece a storming top-three billing performance at Kaleidoscope Festival Co. Wicklow, having kicked off 2019 festival season on June 1st with Day Tripper Festival in Waterford alongside Gavin James, Hudson Taylor and Saarloos. Indiependence main stage on August 2nd is also part of Brave Giant’s festival billings.

Highlights from 2018 include sharing a stage with Hozier, Walking on Cars and other highly-respected Irish artists at the 2FM Christmas Ball at the 3Arena in December, a further No 1 single here at home with Somebody’s Someone, two sold-out headline shows at The Button Factory Dublin and opening band’s live record in London with three sell-out headline shows.

Since releasing its first commercial track in 2016 (‘Lordy Lordy’), Brave Giant has sold-out numerous shows in Dublin and across the country and had a string of top 5 singles including The Time I Met The Devil and two number one’s with Way To Love and Somebody’s Someone.  Not shy to festival season either, in the three years to date some of the band’s summer festival performances include Longitude, Sea Sessions, Electric Picnic, Groove Festival and Sunflower Festival.  Indeed in 2018, over 5,000 people turned out to see the band live in their home county at the Longford Town Festival.

Brave Giant has also seen the band’s Spotify streams grow to over 2.5 million during the last year, and online video views in the same region.

The debut album was recorded earlier this spring with musician and producer Gavin Glass of Orphan Recording in the production chair. The album is currently being mastered and nearing completion.

“We can’t wait to share this body of work. The album sees us take a new direction. “We believe we’ve developed a great deal musically and lyrically!”

“We’ve explored new sounds and have drawn on influences from even more musical genres.  Heavy synths, spacey guitars, driving drums and a mandolin like you’ve never heard before.
The core elements that make Brave Giant what it is are still there, we’ve just added some magic, we hope!”

Brave Giant
18th October 2019

Venue: INEC Acoustic Club
Doors8.30 Show9.30
Over 16's only