THUMPER+ SPECIAL GUESTS

THUMPER are the future rock and roll icons we’ve been waiting for. Four guitarists stage front and 2 drummers, they create “a sonic thrust impossible to ignore– Tony Clayton Lea, The Irish Times

They are the band we’re obsessing over with a reputation for raucous and frenzied live shows, the rock-pop sextet are “most viscerally thrilling both on stage and on vinyl” – Hot Press Magazine. Championed by Louise McSharry, Ed Smith, Kate Brennan Harding, and Dan Hegarty in Ireland and with mainstream support across UK radio from Steve Lamaq at BBC Radio 6, BBC Introducing Across the Line, Kerrang! Radio and Amazing Radio, it’s no wonder THUMPER are constantly  topping the “Ones To Watch” lists and selling out shows constantly.

Following 3 Spotify NMF hit singles and a sold out headline show in Dublin’s Lost Lane, they have signed with a major UK agent are just off the back of a 7 date back to back sell out UK tour in some of the most infamous music venues across the UK, including London’s most notorious music venue, The Old Blue Last which continues to hosted an array of superacts including Foals, Arctic Monkeys, and Florence & The Machine.

THUMPER kicked off an incredible festival season with the launch of their debut 5-track record with an exclusive signing at Tower Records and a completely sold headline show at Dublin’s Lost Lane live music venue. ‘Out of Body Auto-Message’ is the first studio record by THUMPER, produced by Dan Fox (Girl Band) and is streaming across massive Spotify editorial playlists.

2019 has been insane for THUMPER, with prime slots across massive festivals all summer long including Barcelona’s Primavera, Body & Soul,  Kaleidoscope, and Electrictric Picnic plus more!

From being the highlight of Ireland Music Week with their mosh pit showcase in The Workmans Club, to shooting a documentary for RTE on sustainability these eco friendly rockers set the perfect tone at Dublin’s Extinction Rebellion this month.

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Watch the live performance for ’25’ below: