Listen Dublin’s Silverbacks share single ‘Sirens’

Dublin’s Silverbacks share single ‘Sirens’

The group have just finished a stint supporting neighbours Girl Band.

Dublin newcomers Silverbacks have today (15th November) shared new single ‘Sirens’. The track was recorded with Girl Band bassist Daniel Fox, who also worked with the quintet on previous releases ‘Dunkirk’, ‘Just In The Band’ and ‘Pink Tide’. They have also recently toured in support of Girl Band.

“In ‘Sirens’,” explains frontman Daniel O’Kelly, “the narrator misses riots and important protests taking place in his city because he’s too preoccupied with writing the perfect soundtrack for what is happening. He’s equally distracted by his relationship issues, tennis, and his obsession with his favourite band.”

The group play London’s Sebright Arms on 31st January, and The Great Escape in May.

Listen to ‘Sirens’ below.

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