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Trio to launch EP on Late Late Show

Thursday, 3rd March, 2016 7:35pm
Trio to launch EP on Late Late Show

Wyvern Lingo play The Button Factory in Dublin on Friday 1st April.

Trio to launch EP on Late Late Show

Wyvern Lingo play The Button Factory in Dublin on Friday 1st April.

Bray trio Wyvern Lingo will mark the release of their highly anticipated new ‘Letter To Willow’ EP with a live performance on The Late Late Show this Friday 4th March.

The band are also gearing up for their biggest Dublin show to date at The Button Factory on Friday 1st April.

Wyvern Lingo recently unveiled their new video for ‘Letter To Willow’ directed by Simon Eustace and produced by Glen Collins of Pull The Trigger Productions.

Three of the tracks on the EP were recorded in Cologne, Germany with Sierra-Leonean / German artist-producer Patrice Bart-Williams, and were mixed in Paris by Philippe Weiss (Dragonette, George Clinton, K’naan). Additional recording for the title track took place in Dublin with Rob Kirwan (Hozier, PJ Harvey) at the controls.

Friends and bandmates since school days, Wyvern Lingo share a gift for close harmony, keen songcraft and effervescent live performance which belies their tender years. Drawing on a diverse range of influences from pop, rock and R’n’B, their voices interweave to create a fresh, forward-looking sound.

The trio have just completed a tour in the UK as special guests of County Wicklow comrade Hozier on his sold-out string of dates, which include three nights at Brixton Academy.

Wyvern Lingo are: Karen Cowley: vocals, keyboards, bass synth; Caoimhe Barry: vocals, drums; Saoirse Duane: vocals, guitar.

The ‘Letter To Willow’ EP is released on Rubyworks, with an Irish impact date of Friday 4th March.

Wyvern Lingo play The Button Factory in Dublin on Friday 1st April.

Tickets priced at €16 including booking fee are on sale now

Plus the following new dates:

Friday 11th March - Roisin Dubh Galway

Saturday 26th March - Cypress Avenue Cork

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