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Hermitage Green debut album Save Your Soul



Hermitage Green debut album Save Your Soul is set to be released this coming Friday March 4.

Hermitage Green debut album Save Your Soul will be made available to the public this Friday. The album has been produced as a result of the five-piece band signing a record deal with Sony Records last year. The eagerly anticipated studio album will feature tracks such as “Make It Better” and “Quicksand”.

The band took to RTE’s The Late Late Show’s stage this past Friday to promote their album release and upcoming tour.

To mark the release of the Hermitage Green debut album Save Your Soul, the band will be performing a few songs and signing copies of the album this Saturday, March 5, in HMV in the Crescent Shopping Centre from 4.30pm.





Fans who miss the signing won’t have long to wait before Hermitage Green return to Limerick as they are set to put on a gig not to be missed this May “Live At The Big Top”. Tickets for Hermitage Green Live at the Big Top on May 1, are €23 (including booking fee) and are available from and Ticketmaster.

Hermitage Green came together as a band in 2010 as a result of a spontaneous jam session between friends, but 2015 became their biggest year yet. Signing to Sony Music Ireland, playing sold out shows around the country and the UK, and releasing two singles ‘Jenny’ and ‘Quicksand’ , they then headed into The Mill Recording Studios to start work on their debut studio album.

After six months of writing, and steered by the production talents of Phillip Magee, Hermitage Green and Sony Music are proud to announce the release of ‘Save Your Soul’ on March 4 2016.

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