Wed, 06 Nov | The Grand Social

PRIESTS - AIKEN PRESENTS

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PRIESTS - AIKEN PRESENTS

Time & Location

06 Nov 2019, 19:30
The Grand Social, 35 Liffey Street Lower, North City, Dublin, D01 C3N0, Ireland

About The Event

PRIESTS

THE GRAND SOCIAL

6TH NOVEMBER 2019

Tickets €16.50 inclusive of booking fee, available Friday at 10AM

WATCH "THE SEDUCTION OF KANSAS"

https://youtu.be/coR59SSPWv8

LISTEN TO "THE SEDUCTION OF KANSAS"

http://smarturl.it/TheSeductionOfKansas

Aiken Promotions proudly presents Priests live at The Grand Social, 6th November 2019. Tickets €16.50 inclusive of booking fee, available from Friday at 10AM.

Priests released their new album “The Seduction of Kansas," in April of 2019.

Entering their eighth year as a band, Priests—drummer Daniele Daniele, vocalist Katie Alice Greer, and guitarist G.L. Jaguar—remain an inspired anomaly in modern music. A band on its own label—jolting the greater music world with early releases by Downtown Boys, Snail Mail, Sneaks, and Gauche—they are living proof that it is still possible to work on one’s own terms, to collectively cultivate one’s own world.

Priests enlisted two primary collaborators in writing, arranging, and recording The Seduction of Kansas. After playing cello, mellotron, and lap steel on Nothing Feels Natural, multi-instrumentalist Janel Leppin (Mellow Diamond, Marissa Nadler) returned to breathe air into Priests’ demos, serving as primary bassist and a fourth songwriting collaborator on The Seduction of Kansas. The band also found a kindred spirit in producer John Congleton (Angel Olsen, St. Vincent), recording for two weeks at his Elmwood Studio in Dallas. It marked the band’s first time opening up their creative work to collaborate with someone outside of their DC-based community—a decidedly less hermetic approach. Priests found a third collaborator in bassist Alexandra Tyson, who has also joined the touring band. The songwriting process found the group once again analyzing the textures and scopes of albums as aggressive as they are introspective, like Massive Attack’s Mezzanine, Portishead’s Third, and Nine Inch Nails’ Downward Spiral.

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