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Susie Blue ALBUM LAUNCH + Worn Hears + Spongebob Eyelashes

  • Drop Dead Twice 19 Francis Street Dublin 8, County Dublin, D08 EK06 Ireland (map)

Venture Proudly Presents:


'Didn't Mean To Care'
Album Launch

The album is somewhat of a back catalogue of songs I've written from when I was 16 until present so it's almost the story of my teenage years after coming out, the title refers to the many times I "didn't mean to care" about people or things but I couldn't help myself. It's got songs about my relationships with past girlfriends, some good and some bad, and past struggles with different things, but I will leave most of it up to you, music brings many interpretations and if a song I wrote relates to someone in a different way than it did for me, then that means everything.

"Artist of the week" - The Irish Times

“People Like Us is enthralling and addictive" - The Revue

"Irresistibly arresting pop/rock piece that packs an extremely powerful punch" - Pure M

"These guys are destined for great things" - Outcast Magazine

"A songwriter with a knack for weaving hauntingly dark material together" Chordblossom

"With epic Delores Riordan-eque vocals" BBC Across the Line

"You hear a strong-willingness" Redbull Ireland

"Susie Blue has an alternative twist to their sound and look that sets them apart" Chordblossom



"...the unequivocal highlight of Stendhal 2016 comes at the opposite end of the sonic spectrum in the form of new-fangled threesome Worm Hears. Fronted by ex-Serotonin vocalist Charlie Loane (below), the London-based band meld fervour and fury with rare, breathless conviction on the likes of the stark ‘Alone’, ‘I’m Cold’ and closer, the positively possessed ‘Would It Be So Perfect’. Propelled with a sense of deconstructed punk bombast, Loane’s mantras of choking intent reveal a band whose tenacity, combined with a collective ear for the swell and repose of scuzzed-out alt-punk, will muster some spectacular things if they don’t steer from the path they’re currently on. Better still, you’ll struggle to find a frontperson that means it so much."

Worm Hears

"im spongebob eyelashes and I'm a real musician and I exist and I'm real ok"

Doors 8pm
€5 / €10 with CD

Earlier Event: April 27
Later Event: May 2
Dublin Jam Sessions