Existence is futile

by Tuath

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Stephen O' Connor Gorgeous blend of space rock and shoegaze with elements as disparate as trip hop and noise rock.Stellar guitar work. Favorite track: Take refuge.
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What I particularly love about Tuath, is that you literally don’t know what they’re going to come up with next. Their’s is not the predictable, regurgitation by numbers, of easy-street. Their’s is the, to be applauded, path far less travelled. A path littered with obstacles, hairpin bends, steep inclines and precipitous drop-offs, a path refreshingly devoid of pretentiousness.-Chromaticism

. ‘Tuath’ mesmerised the musically saturated underground back in March 2015 with their intensely addictive & deeply experimental debut EP ‘An Taobh Tuath(Ail)’ closely followed by their immense spaced out single ‘Amhairc Thart Ort Fein’ in September of the same year. Now the band have returned with a blistering four track EP entitled ‘Existence Is Futile-Primal music blog

A gloriously schizophrenic band for worryingly schizophrenic times, Tuath are a defiant smack in the face for the clueless leaders of our free world and the overbearing small town mentalities which stifle ambition and allow inequality and injustice to spread through communities like an outbreak of gonorrhoea at a swingers party for Merchant Seamen. Proof that you can always overcome your surroundings through your art, Tuath are likely to make big waves this year, make sure you’re there to ride the tide.-Louderthanwar

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released June 16, 2016

Robert Mulhern-everything except sax,ashley mobasser-sax,shane mc fadden-drum edits/consultant/sound fucker

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