Strength N.I.A + Support from Locky Morris & John O'Neill
With support from Locky Morris & John O'Neill
Strength N.I.A are an unorthodox pop band from Derry. Led by singer Rory Moore, they describe their music as 'Werewolf Pop'. They use thick bass lines, organ and beats to accompany the lyrical narratives of Moore’s voice. The resulting music nods to the past in a familiar way, but has a personality that is immediate, fierce and now.
They recently crowd funded their debut album entitled Northern Ireland Yes which they recorded using magnetic tape and a 4-track cassette machine.
Strength N.I.A have featured on BBC 6 Music, Vice/NOISEY, Hot Press, The Thin Air, State and the Irish Mirror. They have received air time on BBC Radio4 (Front Row), BBC Radio Foyle, BBC Radio Ulster, RTE 2FM, and Absolute Radio with Frank Skinner.
Their song 'Northern Ireland Yes' is currently being used in the award-winning contemporary dance show, HOPE HUNT, by choreographer Oona Doherty.
'1956 Olympics' is a mad song. Totally awesome' - Tim Scott, VICE/NOISEY
'Werewolf Pop' I think it’s a pretty good term actually' -Steve Lamacq, BBC 6 Music
'The Genuine article' - Hot Press
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