Fri, 30 Dec|
NOFOMO - NEW MUSIC SHOWCASE - 8 acts 2 stages
Unbelievable line up!
Time & Location
30 Dec 2022, 19:00
Dublin 1, 35 Liffey St. Lower, North City, Dublin 1, D01 C3N0, Ireland
About The Event
The Grand Social and Bimm presents:
8 acts/ 2 stages
Lorcan Falls & The Fall Guys
Do you like well-written songs? Songs with melodies so infectious, there should be a vaccine for
them? Songs packed with more hooks than Katie Taylor on a fishing trip? Songs with lyrics so
clever they could have a degree in cleverness from Cleverly University? Then you should check
out the music of Lorcan Falls and his band; his catchy, witty compositions might just become
some of your new favourite tunes.
Lorcan has been performing live and recording for over fifteen years with various acts and in
numerous styles, in places as diverse as New York, Ireland, Australia, the UK, and continental
Europe. After completing years of travel and self-discovery, he has returned to Ireland and the
world of music with a talented new band to perform his personal brand of carefully crafted,
genre-blending musical philosophy, and although relatively new to the Dublin music scene he
has played two headline gigs at The Grand Social.
His debut EP, Lorcan Falls & The Delusions of Grandeur, is available on Bandcamp and Spotify.
Lorcan Falls Music (squarespace.com)
& The Delusions of Grandeur | Lorcan Falls (bandcamp.com)
Skull the Pierre
Pierre Miguel Fonseca aka Skull The Pierre is a Dublin-based musician, and overall creative Swiss
army knife from Stockholm. With a knack for the infectiously catchy and brutally honest, he
specializes in melodic, alternative hip hop, but dabbles with everything from folk to disco. He
headlined and sold out his first show in Dublin at The Workmans Cellar, and has been gigging in
venues like The Workmans Club, Opium, The Grand Social, Crowbar, and The Bernard Shaw
consistently since. On the 25th of March he performed at the "Fridays For Future" protest in Merrion
Square, on the 23rd of April, he supported Bricknasty at The Lighthouse, and on the 5th of June, he
played at the K-FEST festival in Kerry. His release 'ALL MY LOVE' featuring Callum Wall and Fortune
Igiebor was featured on Nialler9's "15 new Irish songs you should hear this week" and on
GoldenPlec's playlist "Fresh Fridays". The music video for his latest release 'Coldsweat and The
Troublemakers' was shot in Tom Duffy's circus, and the song was featured on 'TILT with John Barker'.
With his music and art, he hopes to promote genuineness and friendship whilst documenting his
own life along the way.
The ingenious rapper, singer/songwriter, and producer, is set to release his third full-length album
'LABUM' in February 2023, and is active with the third single and music video, released on the 28th
of October, and a double-headliner on the 25th of November.
Sheep, hailing from the commuter town of Wicklow, come armed with their fusion of rock, funk
and dance, and they are ready to stick it to the man.
The Grey Collective
THE GRЭY COLLECTIVE are a folk and indie/rock ensemble consisting of Thomas Grey Fallon (Lead
Vocals, Acoustic & Electric Guitar), John Waldron (Bass) and Liam O’Gallagher (Drums). Taking
influence from Arctic Monkeys, Hozier, Spacey Jane and Red Hot Chilli Peppers, THE GRЭY
COLLECTIVE aim to instil poetic intricacies into their lyrics and to bring about head banging with their
distorted guitars, warm bass lines and rock drumming. They play a contrasted set with half-acoustic
and half-electric originals.
Sligo-born Dublin-based artist Callum Wall kicked off his career in 2021 with the bedroom pop-rock
classic Ep “LIVIN’ IN LIMBO” which has amassed over 30,000 streams to date. This chapter of walls
Career was completely solo with wall writing and recording produced himself from his bedroom in his
Since this, Wall has gone on to collaborate on the song “All My Love” with “Skull The Pierre” and
“Fortune Igiebor” earning him a feature on Nialler9's "15 new Irish songs you should hear this week".
Wall has a passion for live performance playing over 40 gigs since his first release, ranging from the
renowned Wild Roots Festival, Workmans Club, The Grand Social, and Whelans.
Wall is co-founder of the fantastic artistic collective “Ganzy”, The collective consists of young talented
musicians, producers, and photographers. They are constantly expanding to just about anything you
can think of in the arts.
The future is exciting for Wall and “Ganzy”. Now his projects have been boosted to a professional
level. The collective has worked together to create professional studio recordings, mini-
documentaries, and music videos for himself and the other supporting members. 2023 is the year of
“Ganzy” and everyone is welcome to join them for the ride.
Nathan Mac ran away from the Circus to pursue a life of music... Now he's a Cinematic-pop artist
with a Circus flair! Currently releasing his debut album: Start of Something Blue, this Swords-born
songwriter is blending pop & philosophy. With a passion for lyrics, Nathan is changing this world for
the better. In his mind, "it’s the writers that describe the future we build." He is all about second
chances, romances, & a deep appreciation for the broken & beautiful…
Heavily inspired by Jon Bellion, Imogen Heap, Khalil Gibran, & Kingdom Hearts, Nathan’s debut
album is an amalgam of the electronic & poetic. Since his rediscovery of Circus performance, these
inspirations are all leading him to the stage & screen. His 2023 album tour & his circus musical film:
Learning Curve, are just two steps into a broad & beautiful horizon.
María Flavin is a Dublin based RnB singer and songwriter from Spain. She mixes influences from Neo-
Soul, Lo-Fi Hip hop, spanish trap, and hints of flamenco and writes lyrics in English and Spanish. For
this gig she is joined by guitarist Ronan Wright.