Casavettes return to the stage after a four year hiatus


LIMERICK emo band Casavettes have reunited for a short Irish tour with the added promise of new music coming soon. 

The trio play Belfast, Dublin, Galway and Limerick, returning to Pharmacia on Saturday March 9, five years since the band released their debut album ‘Senselessness’ in 2019.

Showrunners L.A.S.A. say, “Come join us on this very special night to celebrate a band that means a lot to all of us.” 

Casavettes are vocalist and guitarist, Diarmuid O’Shea, bassist Michael Hennessy and drummer Stephen Ryan. They announced on social media, “Hello sweet, sweet friends. We’re nervous and excited to tell you we’ll be playing some shows in February and March. It’s been over 4 years since we last saw you. We’ve missed it.”


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The blurb ..

They have spent many years honing their craft on stages around the country, as well as being at the heart of the thriving Limerick music scene as co-founders of DIY LK & Féile Na Gréine. Their debut LP, Senselessness, was released on February 27th, 2019 with the band embarking on a successful nationwide tour shortly after. Taking influence from emo icons such as Mineral, The Hotelier, and Sunny Day Real Estate, the album set a benchmark for the genre in Ireland. They rounded out 2019 with a new single Imposter Syndrome in December, expanding on the melancholic, introspective nature of their sound.