ONE of Ireland’s most enthralling live acts in recent times, HamsandwicH have just announced a nationwide tour which is set to take place across Ireland from November 2021 to January 2022 and it includes Dolan’s in Limerick.
HamsandwicH’s tour kicks of in Kilkenny’s Set Theatre on 12 November 2021, before embarking on dates that take in Portlaoise’s Kavanaghs on 13 November 2021, Dundalk’s Spirit Store on 19 November 2021, Sligo’s Andersons on 20 November 2021, Galway’s Monroes on 3 December 2021, Limerick’s Dolans on 4 December 2021, Wexford’s Chapel Rowe on 11 December 2021, Dublin’s Opium on 18 December 2021 Kerry’s Mike The Pies on 7 January before wrapping up in Cork’s Cyprus Avenue on 08 January 2022.
HamsandwicH have been one of Ireland’s most steady indie band’s over the years as many music acts as well as trends have come and gone. Not only has HamsandwicH survived but have thrived as the band prepares to release their fourth album.
Over the years HamsandwicH have sold out Dublin’s prestigious Olympia Theatre three times, supported Arcade Fire and The Pixies, played on the main stages at the Electric Picnic, Longitude Festival, and IndiePendence Festival, performed at the legendary Slane Castle with Bon Jovi, been personally invited by Mumford & Sons to support them in Phoenix Park, sold out their legendary acoustic show Dublin’s Christchurch Cathedral on the day tickets went on-sale – alongside being presented with the Hope for 2008 Meteor Award as voted for by the listeners of RTE 2FM as well as their third album “Stories From The Surface” debuting straight into the Number 1 spot on Ireland’s official album chart, the first time an independent and unsigned Irish act accomplished this feat.
HamsandwicH continue to thrive having established themselves in the upper-echelon of must-see acts on the road today with their regularly sold-out tours throughout the country. The Kells, Co. Meath band are well known for their incendiary live performances which has established HamsandwicH as one of the top touring acts in the country.
Featuring their signature calling card of Niamh Farrell’s powerful yet sweet vocal, Podge McNamee’s juxtaposing baritone, and Darcy’s soaring guitar riffs, if ever there was a band to feed off their audience it is HamsandwicH; melodic, hook-laden, and heart-warmingly charming.