The Riptide Movement take to the stage of Kavanaghs in Portlaoise this Friday, November 11, for a show that is already sold out.
The band’s new album, ‘Ghosts’, is a journey that began somewhere between the Caragh River and the Seefin mountains of Gleinbeigh, Co Kerry, and came to completion in Tornillo, Texas, under the guidance of Grammy award winning producer, Ted Hutt.
“Throughout 2015 we had rented various houses around the country, we would pull all the furniture out and bring in all the amps and drums and we’d write solid for a week,” explains drummer, Gar Byrne.
Two sessions, one in Glenbeigh and another in Ballyfinnane Co. Kerry, kickstarted the creative process but the third and final session in Ballinaclash became the band’s favourite.
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