Far From Saints
Far From Saints announce Dublin Date
as part of major UK and Ireland tour
Dublin, Vicar Street - 12th November 2023
Tickets from €50 incl fees on sale from Mon 18th Sept at 10.00am
LISTEN TO THE ACCLAIMED SELF-TITLED DEBUT ALBUM HERE
No. 5 OFFICIAL ALBUM CHART / #1 UK COUNTRY CHART / #1 UK AMERICANA CHART
“Forget Daisy Jones, the real electric duo in country-kissed rock ‘n’ roll this year are Far From Saints.” - The Line of Best Fit
“The three-piece channel iconic ’70s bands Led Zeppelin and Fleetwood Mac.” - NME
“The Stereophonics frontman’s new project, Far From Saints, is something completely different–and it’s breathtaking.” – SPIN
“The woven harmonies by Stereophonics’ Kelly Jones and Patty Lynn make this striking, country-tinged duet all the more pretty.” – NYLON
“Far From Saints is the supergroup bringing genre diversity to the world of rock.” - Hunger
“It’s the combination of Lynn and Jones’s voices that stands out here: gorgeous tune, beautiful harmonies, great tone and texture and emotional delivery.” - Americana UK
“Together, the trio knows no bounds, something that’s evident on Far From Saints, a 10-track mediation on life and love that comes alive in shades of country, rock, folk, soul, and Americana.” **** – American Songwriter
After earning a no. 5 chart position in the UK Official Albums Chart and widespread critical acclaim for their self-titled debut album, Far From Saints today announce that they will play dates at Vicar Street, Dublin and Ulster Hall, Belfast this November as part of their extensive UK and Ireland tour. The news follows the release of Far From Saints’ eponymous debut album in June and the announcement of a string of now sold-out UK live dates.
Consisting of Kelly Jones of Stereophonics with Patty Lynn and Dwight Baker from The Wind and The Wave, Far From Saints have made a striking impression with their select shows to date. They received a rapturous reception at their sold-out headline show at EartH Theatre, hit the Glastonbury, Black Deer and Latitude festivals, played stadiums with Kings of Leon, a Teenage Cancer Trust benefit with Roger Daltrey, and major outdoor shows with Paul Weller and Incubus.
In July, Far From Saints played two Cardiff Castle shows with Tom Jones and were special guests to Hozier at a huge outdoor show within the spectacular grounds of Englefield House, Berkshire.
Far From Saints’ self-titled album has drawn vast critical acclaim, with the NME commenting that “the three-piece channel iconic ’70s bands Led Zeppelin and Fleetwood Mac” and The Line of Best Fit writing, “Forget Daisy Jones, the real electric duo in country-kissed rock ‘n’ roll this year are Far From Saints.”
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