‘Tin Tin’ rat­tles into Ir­ish charts for Peakin’ Trip­pers

Bray People - - Social Scene -

TIN TIN, the de­but sin­gle from Bray Band Peakin’ Trip­pers, has hit the ground run­ning, hav­ing en­tered the Ir­ish charts at num­ber 45 in its first week on sale.

Only avail­able in Mu­sic­mail.ie, Tower Records and down­load­mu­sic.ie, the song came in ahead of rock leg­ends Me­tal­lica, who also re­leased a sin­gle last week.

Peakin’ Trip­pers are the only un­signed act cur­rently in the Ir­ish charts, but man­ager Ai­dan Cough­lan has his feet firmly planted on the ground with re­gard to this ini­tial suc­cess. ‘ This is the beginning as op­posed to the con­clu­sion,’ he said. ‘I’m pretty happy though, the charts can be iffy so even though I was happy with how well the sin­gle sold there’s never any guar­an­tee that you’ll get in.’

The band re­turns to lo­cal haunt the Har­bour Bar this Satur­day night to cel­e­brate with their hard­core fans. Peakin’ Trip­pers are Scott O’Neill, vo­cals; Dave But­ler, vo­cals and gui­tar; Cil­lian Duane, lead gui­tar; Shay Fog­a­rty on the bass and drum­mer Dan Smith.

Bray band, The Peakin’ Trip­pers, have en­tered the Ir­ish charts at num­ber 45.

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