They're yet to decide if it'll be recorded before touring can happen again, however.
The band are the seventh Irish artist to ever be Grammy-nominated.
It’s been a dizzying three years for Fontaines DC, who released their second album A Hero’s Death at the end of July. The Irish band tell us about their love of 60s Fenders, selling out Brixton Academy and how they want to write a “weird as fuck” new album full of bangers.
The boys in the better land take an axe to their own image on a murky, brooding second album that establishes a new path for the Dublin five-piece.
The song takes inspiration from The Prodigy, as well as the Brian Jonestown Massacre.
In support of their upcoming record A Hero’s Death.
From sombre post-punk to psychedelic motown and everything in between, this week's playlist has got you covered and then some to sort your midweek blues
A Hero's Death by Fontaines D.C. The Dublin quintet's first single from their sophomore album of the same name, featuring roaring guitars shifting between major...
With a music video starring Aidan Gillen.
The sophomore LP was recorded in LA to capture the full surf-rock vibe.
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