Dylan Flynn Warehouse – “The Warehouse is a big room, but we felt it made the most sense,” said lead singer Dylan Flynn. Photo by Jamie Moore.
2021 was a huge year for the Indie up-and-comers, seeing them gain over 40,000 streams on Spotify
Limerick Indie-Rockers, Dylan Flynn and The Dead Poets play Dolan’s Warehouse, Limerick, on April 30 to conclude their first Irish Tour.
The band have been playing shows around Ireland for the past couple of weeks, stopping off in Clonmel, Galway and Dublin. They now turn to their biggest headline show to date, where they will be supported by Laura Duff and Hey Rusty.
The band, who all met in college, have a broad range of influences including The War on Drugs, Radiohead and The 1975. They have been building momentum since the release of their debut EP in 2019, capturing audience’s attention with their engaging live shows and polished productions.
The five-piece have been playing shows in Limerick City for a number of years, and felt like it was time to take the next step.
Lead singer Flynn said, “We have been playing as a band now for nearly three years and we have done shows in every other venue in the city. We didn’t want to do the same show again just for the sake of it. The Warehouse is a big room, but we felt it made the most sense.”
2021 was a huge year for the Indie up-and-comers, seeing them gain over 40,000 streams on Spotify, play sold-out headline shows and secure support slots with NewDad, The Frank and Walters and True Tides. 2022 started off just as strong, with the band releasing their sophomore EP, which they launched at a sold-out show in the Record Room, Limerick.
With new music on the way and even bigger shows on the horizon, make sure you get down to see the band play a hometown show in front of their biggest crowd yet.
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