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So we’ve played two of our favourite gigs ever over the past month, two of our biggest, in the Savoy Cork and the Seapoint Ballroom, Galway. They were really special, we were all sorts of nervous and excited beforehand and it was amazing to play and hear everyone singing back to us. It was pretty much the closest thing to a religious experience we’ll ever have, apart from some sort of SuperMass that hasn’t been invented yet.

17029290610_3525fcd77c_z 17216817175_2811ea22ce_z 17030654559_2dc5b92eb4_zRory from the Thin Air magazine was there and took these photos! (more here: aaa-delorentos-savoy-cork)

Simply put, thank you to all who came out!

We’ve had a pretty busy few weeks, both with gigs (like Tony Fenton‘s big send-off and supporting Yes marriage equality in Whelans, plus Feile ne Bealtaine & Vantastival), and with setting up the next single and the summer, but we’re currently most excited about our SOLD OUT show in the 100 Club London on Wednesday 20th May! We haven’t played in London in a few years (too long) so we’re so happy to be back and it’ll be a big one, wait and see!

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All that’s left to say is that it’s been a happy 6 months since we released “Night Becomes Light“, our biggest ever Irish & Spanish headline shows, lots of new friends, lots of lovely awards and love and we can’t thank you enough. here’s to the next 6 months and 6 years of the album!

Plug: If you’d like to get a copy delivered (cd & Vinyl!) visit here: SHOPSHOPSHOP

OH, and we did this for the / Sunday Sessions!

Anyways, hope you’re good and see you at a gig soon.. there’s plenty coming up…. x


K & Delos. ps VOTE YES #Straightupforequality

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The last time we spoke was in February… you never call, you don’t send postcards…. But we still love you.

Since then :
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We were *successfully nominated for ‘Album of the Year’ and ‘Song of the Year’ at the Choice Music Prize, playing with James Vincent McMorrow, The Minutes and lots of great nominated acts (no sign of U2 unfortunately). Congrats to the Gloaming! We played with them in Paris last year, deadly stuff.

*didn’t win

St.Patrick’s Day
We played a fantastic St. Patrick’s Day Jameson show at Dublin’s Vicar Street with Little Green Cars and We Cut Corners. Drank too much whiskey*..


*no such thing.

Straight up for Equality
We continue to support the Straight up for Equality Campaign (Along with Colin Farrell, Kodaline and a nearly 10,000 Irish people) you can also sign up & see more HERE:

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But most importantly we are about to play our two biggest ever shows in Cork and Galway. It’s a big deal for us, as it gives us a chance to show a larger audience the expanded sound of ‘Night becomes Light’ and the set we have been working on for the past 6 months. We are really excited to put on something different, and hope you can make it. Support is from the Fantasticly talented Wyvern Lyngo fresh from backing up Hozier, we really like their stuff and are delighted they can join us for these two special shows.



We have to say we are absolutely bowled over by the response to Forget the Numbers, its been one of our most played songs ever on Irish and International Radio. It’ hard to get songs played, and something we really appreciate –so to every DJ, listener, streamer, and streaker Thank you! We’re debating the next single – what do you think?

You can see the video here:

We are announcing more and more shows, as the response to Night Becomes Light so please keep an eye on our sites here: Twitter / Facebook / Instagram

If you’re like to pick up our new album, wherever you are:!

Also, it looks like we may be returning to a place we never play, and haven’t been since we started out, it could be a bit special… see you soon..



+ Kier, Ro and Ross x