Saint Sister Tickets
Beautiful 'Atmosfolk' from Irish duo Saint Sister
Experience the soaring synths, stunning vocal harmonies and elegant acoustic harps that come together to create Saint Sister's unique style of ‘atmosfolk'. Drawing inspiration from early 17th-18th century Celtic harp, 1960s folk and modern electropop, their music is undeniably Irish, yet completely new and accessible to the rest of the world. Use StubHub to buy or sell Saint Sister tickets and catch one of Ireland's most beloved bands live!
Introducing the harp to modern electronic music
Saint Sister is comprised of Londonderry's Gemma Doherty and Morgan MacIntryre from Belfast, who arrived on the scene in 2015 with breakout EP ‘Madrid' and soon established themselves as one of the most interesting bands in the country. Using the rarely seen harp to produce wonderful Celtic undertones, Doherty and MacIntryre showcase the instrument in all its glory, which is a treat for both the eyes and ears. The duo's live performances quickly gained recognition from well-known bands and artists, such as The National, Hozier and Lisa Hannigan, whom they have supported on various tours and shows. They also hit the festival circuit, playing sets at Latitude, Electric Picnic and Glastonbury, where they bewitched audiences and built on a following outside of their home country. In 2016, readers of the Irish Times voted Saint Sister their Best Irish Act and their debut album ‘Shape of Silence' was released to widespread critical acclaim and toured Europe, Australia, the USA and Canada. Saint Sister tickets are hot right now, so make sure you use StubHub to buy them before they sell out!
A musical connection and creative flow
Gemma Doherty and Morgan MacIntryre met whilst studying at Dublin's Trinity College. Doherty was studying music whilst MacIntryre was finishing a degree in history and politics with thoughts of becoming a journalist like her father, respected panorama reporter Darragh MacIntryre. They came together as members of a musical society and connected over a fascination with the Gorillaz album ‘Demon Days'. Although vastly different from their own music, it got them talking and eventually collaborating, with MacIntryre crafting the lyrics and Doherty taking on most of the musical responsibilities. They recorded their first material surrounded by the Kerry mountains, avoiding the costs of Dublin studios, with Hozier bassist Alex Ryan, who became a regular producer on later works. Discover the haunting, slow-burning sounds of these endlessly talented musicians bringing something different to contemporary music. You can see all upcoming dates and buy or sell Saint Sister tickets through StubHub today!
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