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About Walking On Cars
Walking On Cars are the fine new alternative band from Ireland set on world domination. Their EP As We Fly South and debut album Everything This Way have pushed their names across all four corners of the globe.
The stunning five-piece band includes Patrick Sheehy (vocals and guitars), Sorcha Durham (keys), Paul Flannery (bass), Evan Hadnett (drums).
First taste of the upcoming second album Colours is the single Monster which combines synth with guitars to give a real indication of the coming record.
“On the first album it was very organic: sit in a room, jam it out, tour it, come back, change the song,” remembers the band’s Sorcha Durham. With the new album, the band found themselves become more involved with the production side, experimenting with programming and synths while staying true to the world beating songs and classic sound of their debut.”
They promote their second LP with gigs at O2 Shepherd Bush Empire in London and O2 Institute Birmingham during May 2019.
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Walking On Cars was started by the school friends in 2010 who began by playing local gigs around the clubs and venues of their hometown of Dingle at County Derry. Showing their commitment right from the start, they rented a house together at Dingle Peninsula and locked themselves away to write, practice and record. They spent the next six months cut off from everything, no TV, phone or internet connection whilst they honed their sound.
By the end of 2012 they had won the Redbull Bedroom Jam competition which led to extensive prominent airplay which pushed their debut single Catch Me If You Can to #27 in the Irish Charts and continued to chart for 27 weeks whilst video was streamed 450,000 times on YouTube.
Their success continued with the release of their second single Two Stones which rose as high as #12 in the Irish Charts and received over 1,000,000 YouTube views.
The band started 2016 with the release of their debut album Everything This Way which was promoted with CD signing and in-store performances at record shops all across Ireland.
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