Donegal band, Little Hours, have been having a fantastic 2017- from playing the main stage at Electric Picnic to Elton John adding one of their songs to his international Apple Music playlist.
Now, they’ve just released their new EP, ‘Too Much Patience’.
The lads are now on their tour of Ireland and the UK, stopping off at Dolan’s warehouse this Saturday, October 21.
Frontman John Doherty tells the Limerick Voice about the bands excitement to play at the iconic Limerick music venue.
“We headlined the warehouse earlier this year in March, and it was one of our favourite gigs so far this year, so we cannot wait to come back and do it again,” said Doherty.
Little Hours originally started out as duo Ryan McCloskey and John Doherty and their band. However, earlier this year McCloskey left the band, leaving Doherty to step up as the group’s frontman.
Doherty says that performing without McCloskey will “definitely be different”, but new man Kevin Herron has joined the band during the tour, making Doherty “more excited than anything” rather than worried about being a man down.
Aiming to follow big Irish acts like Picture This, The Academic, and Gavin James who recently have all been making it big outside of Ireland, Little Hours want to put their heads down and bring their music to the continent and beyond starting early 2018.
“We’ve got plans to travel more early next year and try to do as many shows as much as possible in Europe and as far as we can go pretty much, because until now we haven’t really gone outside of Ireland and the UK.”
Doherty tells Limerick Voice that the band is also aiming to release its first album at the start of the new year.
“We’re really excited to go to new places and gets loads and loads of new music out.”
Don’t forget to get your tickets to Little Hours’ gig at Dolan’s this Saturday, October 21 at dolans.ie.