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Saturday 17 November 2018

Dirty Epics rock out during home performance

Jake Bitove from Nightbox who supported the Dirty Epics at the Greystones Theatre.
Jake Bitove from Nightbox who supported the Dirty Epics at the Greystones Theatre.

GREYSTONES band Dirty Epics were overwhelmed with the fantastic response they received as they took to the stage in their home town last Saturday.

The band played to a huge crowd at Greystones theatre.

It was a full packed day for the group with two performances that went better then they could have imagined.

The Greystones band are tearing up the Dublin live music scene at the moment, fronted by the beautiful and very talented singer SJ Wai.

They played an electrifying performance at 5 p.m. on Saturday to their underage fans.

The excited fans were not only treated to a great performance as goodies were handed out during the gig.

Sweets, badges, tshirts and special edition promo copies of Dirty Epics' most recent singles The Cure and Way Too Pretty were given to the more than happy crowd.

After a few hours break the band made their way once again onto the stage at 10.30 p.m. for another soldout gig.

Their flawless performance left the crowd begging for more and saw the band returning to the stage for an encore.

It has been a hectic year for the band that this month will see them launching their debut album and new single.

From October 3 fans throughout Wicklow have been downloading the new single Way Too Pretty from iTunes and DownloadMusic.ie.

But fans will have to wait just a little bit longer for the launch of their much anticipated debut album, Straight In No Kissing released this Friday.

Dirty Epics are a great addition to the music scene and have received rave reviews from industry magazines such as Hot Press.

Their sound has been described as a mix of the New York Dolls, Joy Division and The Pixies with Bob Dylan.

Buzzing guitars, powerful vocals, and a driving drum and bass section make their live shows a treat for anyone who likes cool alternative rock.

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