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Kilkenny band The Wha have dropped their rousing debut single, ‘Innocents’

The newcomers have shows coming up with Two Door.
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Published: 10:56 am, August 29, 2019
Kilkenny band The Wha have dropped their rousing debut single, ‘Innocents’

Kilkenny newcomers The Wha have dropped their rousing debut single, ‘Innocents’.

Out via Chess Club - home to Alfie Templeman, Bloxx and Phoebe Green - the single arrives ahead of a handful of upcoming shows, including a set at Electric Picnic and support slows with Two Door Cinema Club.

“Growing up in Kilkenny has its ups and downs,” the band say of their early days. “It’s a small city, you can’t really run away from anything. I think lots of young people here get to the point where they want to leave, whether it’s for two years or forever. It is a fun town to grow up in. Some nice spots, some nice pubs. It’s easy to waste time here.”

Check out ‘Innocents’ below, and catch the band on tour:

SEPTEMBER
1 Electric Picnic Festival, Stradbally
14 Upstairs @ Whelans, Dublin, Ireland (w/ FUR)

OCTOBER
14 Olympia Theatre, Dublin (w/ Two Door Cinema Club)
15 Olympia Theatre, Dublin (w/ Two Door Cinema Club)
16 Telegraph Building, Belfast (w/ Two Door Cinema Club)

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