Word of Mouth presents The Frank and Walters

The Frank and Walters
Sat 24 Mar 2018
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€20/15 early bird




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Since appearing on Top of the Pops during the 90s, while also gracing the covers of NME and Melody Maker, the Frank & Walters have consistently delivered classic indie pop in the form of hits such as ‘Fashion Crisis Hits New York’, ‘After All’ ,'Happy Busman’ and ‘This is Not A Song’ allowing them a claim to be (one of) Corks finest musical exports. 2016’s ‘Songs For The Walking Wounded ‘ delivered more classic Franks’ melodies, alongside some poignant tracks on what was perhaps the band’s most personal album to date. A consistent live favourite across Ireland and the UK, see them up close and personal at The Source.

Thurles band Bright Falls to play support on the night. 

Bright Falls is the musical project of Thurles songwriter Eddie McCormack. Eddie spent a number of years learning his craft at Tom Lyon's monthly songwriters night 'Whistle This' and at support slots with fellow Thurles band Jester. With a variety of influences ranging from Neil Young and Ryan Adams to Young Fathers and Kanye West, Bright Falls creates a unique take on alternative-country and folk with a strong emphasis on the storytelling aspect of song writing. Through the introduction of drummer, Jonathan Gleeson, in late 2017, Bright Falls' sound is continuing to evolve with plans for an EP release in the latter half of 2018.

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