Red Eye Pariah

Red Eye Pariah



“Blasting out of festival season and having played the likes of Stendhal, Wild Roots and Six Mile, Red Eye Pariah‘s ‘Koala Tea’ EP showcases the band’s new shockwave of frenetic indie epiphanies.”- Chordblossom
 “With infectiously catchy melodies and rip-roaring guitar at the pinnacle moments, it's an offering that won't leave your head in a rush. While the subject matter is serious, without a doubt, 'The Woman?' keeps up the momentum at every turn.” - Hot Press Magazine
 Red Eye Pariah are one of the most prominent emerging artists in Ireland. Their energetic instrumentals, joined with catchy melodies and a blend of genres, bring something unique to the table. 
 From their very first show they have built a reputation for high energy performances to multiple Sold-Out crowds in Belfast. BBC DJ Gemma Bradley has given numerous spins to a large portion of the bands catalogue and RTE legend Dan Hegarty has also given airtime to their ‘Koala Tea’ EP. 
 Most recently the 4-piece have released a Live Studio Cover of Rui Da Silva’s 2001 Dance Classic – ‘Touch Me’. The Dance Music Pioneer himself has shared this across his social media and reached out expressing that he was “Thrilled to hear (his) touch me song reborn”. 
 Major support slots have included a sold-out show with Golden Globe winning actor Michael C. Hall, Essex band False Heads, and former Kasabian Frontman Tom Meighan.

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