Race the Flux Play Queens of the Stone Age
RACE THE FLUX
perform the classic album
Queens Of The Stone Age
“Songs For The Deaf “
After the success of their debut performance of “Songs for the Deaf” in The Cellar Galway back in April this year, The Galway 4 piece will perform “Songs For The Deaf” by Queens of the Stone Age in full across the country this August.
Not only will the band be performing the cult classic album, they will be testing out new original tracks, some of which will be getting there first live airing outside of the rehearsal room. The Band are currently preparing to Enter the Studio this Autumn to begin work on a follow up release to the band’s Debut LP “Dutch Buffalo” released June last year to rave reviews….
“Wouldn’t it be cool if Queens Of The Stone Age collaborated with ASIWYFA? And what if it was produced by Matt Bellamy? That sounds positively beastly, doesn’t it? Could it ever happen? Probably not. But you know what, it doesn’t need to as such a combination was under our noses all along. Galway’s Race The Flux have been making a name for themselves on the live circuit for some time.” - Golden Plec
“I probably enjoyed this song a little too much. From Galway four-piece Race The Flux comes the video for ‘I Am Animation’, which twists and turns its way through nearly six minutes of rawwwk that’s never anything less than exhilarating” -ThePointOfEverything
The band are renowned for they’re captivating live shows and plan on doing the almighty “Songs For The Deaf” the justice that it deserves.
They performed at ” Whelan’s Ones To Watch Festival” Earlier this year, apleasing journalists and audience members alike….
“The Galway lads unassuming stage presence is the perfect foil to the assured sonic assault they’re capable of unleashing. They truly are ones to watch” - The Ticket, The Irish Times
“…It just had a completely different and refreshing style to it…Their music is controlled by synth and noise and this is undeniably Race the Flux’s way of bringing something new to a music industry flooded with auto-tuned ballads.” - DublinConcerts.ie
Strictly over 18?s, I.D. may be required.
AFTER THE GIG
Whelan’s Indie Club w/ Late Bar from 10:30pm or check out the bands playing The Midnight Hour in the upstairs venue (FREE ENTRY, 12am).
- Upstairs in Whelan's, 25 Wexford St.
- Doors: 8pm
- Tickets: €8