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Shrug Life :: Lary :: Buí

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Shrug Life celebrate the release of recent single 2009 with Dundalk trio Larryand Belfast quintet Buí.
Dublin's Shrug Life started as the product of rubbish jobs, failed romance and political apathy. Known for their wry humour and frenetic indie-rock, the trio supported and toured with songwriting heroes Jeffrey Lewis and So Cow before releasing their debut album ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ in October 2017, via Seattle based Jigsaw Records. The album was hailed by the Irish Times for its "sharp lyrics that poke and prod at the clamour of modern life", while the Thin Air named it in their 15 best albums of the year stating "they are impossibly infectious and improbably good". In May 2018, the group featured in The Guardian for their politically charged song 'Your Body', while recently Shrug Life has played supports for international acts The Beths, Swimming Tapes and Pip Blom, while putting the finishing touches on their second album 'Maybe You're The Punchline', produced by Daniel Fox (Girl Band, Paddy Hanna).
Larry is a three piece band from Dundalk. A combination of lo-fi alt-rock with raw emotive lyrics & pop sensibilities stems from the songwriting of Sparklehorse & Wilco combined with the style of Courtney Barnett & Pixies. After only a handful of live shows Larry booked to record their debut album in Electrical Audio, Chicago with renowned recording engineer Steve Albini (Nirvana, Pixies, Shellac) in September 2018. Their self titled album, released on 12" vinyl on Pizza Pizza records in April 2019, is a snapshot of the band playing in the most ambitious, raw & exciting way possible with a focus on creating an album that is 100% analogue.
Belfast quintet Buí celebrate the release of their Double-A side singles "Something Else to Talk About // People Don't Think" on Julie McLarnon's Analogue Catalogue Records on 29th of May. Having regularly toured Ireland since the release of debut album "Eugene" in November 2017,
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