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MUSIC: Duo plan a return to the scene of their first Olympia success

Sunday, 5th November, 2017 7:00pm
MUSIC: Duo plan a return to the scene of their first Olympia success

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MUSIC: Duo plan a return to the scene of their first Olympia success

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WHEN Conor Adams and Lar Kaye formed All Tvvins, their shared goal was to headline Dublin’s 1,600-capacity Olympia Theatre – and that was achieved when they sold-out the venue last autumn.

They will return there to the scene of their greatest success so far when they take the stage at the legendary venue on Friday, March 23.

The duo announced recently that they will release their second track since ‘IIVV’. Following on from ‘Alone Together’ featuring James Vincent McMorrow, comes ‘Anything’, a clear step beyond anything that featured on ‘IIVV’.

When ‘IIVV’ was nominated for Album of the Year at the Choice Music Awards, it heralded the end of the album’s campaign.

After a minimal break, the duo soon boosted their writing process as they amassed a group of new singles that they plan on releasing over the coming months.

Whereas they previously painstakingly crafted each song together, they instead found themselves creating almost completed ideas individually before allowing the other partner to put their stamp on it.

Inspired by a whole world of influences, Lar describes them as being “varied and extreme” and “emotionally charged”.

while Conor notes that his interest in keys means that he has been writing a lot more on piano.

All Tvvins have previously shared stages with bands including Arcade Fire, Pixies and Foals, and have played events as diverse as the VICE House Party and the huge 2FM Xmas Ball in Dublin. 

 Don’t miss ALL TVVINS at The Olympia Theatre, Friday 23rd March


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