Dirty Epics rock out dur­ing home per­for­mance

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GREY­STONES band Dirty Epics were over­whelmed with the fan­tas­tic re­sponse they re­ceived as they took to the stage in their home town last Satur­day.

The band played to a huge crowd at Grey­stones the­atre.

It was a full packed day for the group with two per­for­mances that went bet­ter then they could have imag­ined.

The Grey­stones band are tear­ing up the Dublin live mu­sic scene at the mo­ment, fronted by the beau­ti­ful and very tal­ented singer SJ Wai.

They played an elec­tri­fy­ing per­for­mance at 5 p.m. on Satur­day to their un­der­age fans.

The ex­cited fans were not only treated to a great per­for­mance as good­ies were handed out dur­ing the gig.

Sweets, badges, tshirts and spe­cial edi­tion promo copies of Dirty Epics’ most re­cent sin­gles The Cure and Way Too Pretty were given to the more than happy crowd.

Af­ter a few hours break the band made their way once again onto the stage at 10.30 p.m. for an­other sold­out gig.

Their flaw­less per­for­mance left the crowd beg­ging for more and saw the band re­turn­ing to the stage for an en­core.

It has been a hec­tic year for the band that this month will see them launch­ing their de­but al­bum and new sin­gle.

From Oc­to­ber 3 fans through­out Wick­low have been down­load­ing the new sin­gle Way Too Pretty from iTunes and Down­load­Mu­sic.ie.

But fans will have to wait just a lit­tle bit longer for the launch of their much an­tic­i­pated de­but al­bum, Straight In No Kiss­ing re­leased this Fri­day.

Dirty Epics are a great ad­di­tion to the mu­sic scene and have re­ceived rave re­views from in­dus­try mag­a­zines such as Hot Press.

Their sound has been de­scribed as a mix of the New York Dolls, Joy Divi­sion and The Pix­ies with Bob Dy­lan.

Buzzing gui­tars, pow­er­ful vo­cals, and a driv­ing drum and bass sec­tion make their live shows a treat for any­one who likes cool al­ter­na­tive rock.

Jake Bi­tove from Night­box who sup­ported the Dirty Epics at the Grey­stones The­atre.

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