Please note this event has been cancelled. Ticketholders have been issued refunds.
Soup Ink Co-operative are back this month with a summery musical showcase in The Green Room. Laytha and The Daisy Chain will be melding the folk with the psychedelic, singing tales from the banks of Lough Erne and the musical interludes that come with walking a cat named dog. These two acts will performing to mark the beginning of the festival season from the comfort of Belfast’s favourite venue. Tickets are £9 and Soup Ink do not take a cut – ensuring that their musicians get fully paid for their labour. Join us on 28th June!
With a sound that is as wild, beautiful and untamed as their home in the west of Ireland comes Laytha. An indie-folk duo cut from the same cloth as Saint Sister and First Aid Kit, these Irish singer-songwriters specialise in weaving fiery tales and cold ballads. A fusion of contemporary indie melodies and harmonies with a dark, traditional folkish rhythms, the roots of Laytha run deep and spread wide.
The Daisy Chain is the musical project of Rhys Mayes, drawing influences from artists such as The Carter Family, Dolly Mixture & Norma Tanega. The six-piece band brings to life Mayes’ uncomplicated approach to songwriting in the form of easy but definitely groovy psychedelic pop.