Robyn G Shiels – Upon Such Things (Music Video) from Tristan Crowe on Vimeo. “Upon Such Things”..out 19 th august And if that wasn’t enough there are clips from the ep launch on TheThinAir.net as recorded by Therapy? bassist Michael McKeegan… …obviously
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Tickets available now from Ticketmaster.ie or via Booking Hotline: 0844 277 4455 Pre-Order the E.P. via iTunes here. Tell the world yer going too Also classy review of Robyn’s last gig, supporting Chelsea Wolfe from the fantastic TheThinAir.net “With a small crowd assembling upstairs early on, Robyn G. Shiels excavates his soul once more via open-chorded acoustic [...]
Good news! You can now pre-order Robyn G. Shiels’ the Underneath The Night of Stars E.P. here. Just in time to hear one of the tracks that “cough,cough” features in the movie Made in Belfast which just so happens to be opening The Belfast Film Festival this year/2013…you heard it here first folkers!”
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This is a very special show in a very special venue as part of Belfast Music Week 2012 that you will not want to miss. Tickets are very limited and are available here.
Doom & Gloom t-shirts available right now. The Doom comes sewn right into the shirt for your discomfort. The gloom follows as a natural reaction. Creepy mask not included but you’ll probably have one already. Order Doom & Gloom here.
Robyn will be supporting Rachel Sermanni in Voodoo on Wednesday 3rd of October. Doors are 9pm and tickets are available from Ticketmaster. Here’s a couple videos recorded for the ever awesome Bandwidth Films on a roof…obviously.
Robyn will be supporting the Futureheads this Thursday at The Mac as part of the In the Court of…Duke Special series. Robyn himself will be playing solo. This will be a not-to-miss show. So eh, don’t. Tickets and more information are available here or from The Mac itself in advance. New Track: The Blood of the [...]
Some live dates for your diary/fridge door. Robyn will be playing support tonight for Cashier no.9 Thursday 19th at Cyprus Avenue Cork and then… Friday 20th The Academy Dublin Saturday 21st Roisin Dubh Galway Full details and such can be gleaned from Cashier no9. ***** Robyn will also be supporting Charlie Parr during his CQAF show in the John [...]
Bearded Magazine’s Guide to Belfast includes this… “A stellar line-up of Robyn G Shiels, Verse Chorus Verse and Best Boy Grip will be showingLavery’s Back Bar exactly why so many people are running out of superlatives to heap upon them. Robyn G Shiels doesn’t need this kind of gig, being arguably the finest songwriter this country has produced [...]
“I picture this highway at dusk. You can barely make out what’s on either side, but it’s bright enough to see the yellow lines without needing cars and trucks driving by to make them visible. In between the two lanes is a wooden milk crate, battered and broken. To the right of the highway is [...]
“Robyn G Shiels has been around for a while now. Quite a while. His debut release, a split 7” single with Desert Hearts, ‘Two Nights in June’, was released back in 2004. It received a lot of good press (including an 8 star review on the influential webzineDrowned in Sound, which compared his folk-country sound [...]
“Look What You’ve Done is the new video from Robyn G. Shiels’ EP The Great Depression. Like the songs it’s simple and stark – Just a face, voice, instruments – but it’s moving. There’s a roughness in the vocal to offset some of the softer male singers Ireland’s produced recently.” Review of “Look What You’ve Done” [...]