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Thank you Siege of Limerick

We have returned from an amazing trip to the Siege of Limerick. Thanks to everyone who watched us play, came to chat to us and bought our merch. We appreciate your support.

Thanks to all the staff during the event; it was great to have someone run the merch for us, staff to watch our gear, and the very helpful sound engineer! Sincere kudos to John for arranging the event and having us on board - we hope to part of the event again in the future.

Hails to Giz from Limerick Rock Radio for the interview as well - we will have a link to the audio at some stage too.

We have at least one more show before the end of the year - updates to follow!


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