Aoife Nessa Frances & Elaine Howley // QBP 2020
Quarter Block Party presents
Aoife Nessa Frances & Elaine Howley
Sunday 9th February, 3.30pm
Tickets €12 + booking fee
Bundle Tickets €25 + booking fee (3 Shows at Quarter Block Party)
Aoife Nessa Frances
Aoife Nessa Frances is a Dublin born musician and singer-song writer. She is inspired by the poetic styles of folk music and psychedelic rock. She has released two singles 'Blow Up' and 'Here In The Dark' ahead of her forthcoming debut album in 2020.
Elaine Howley is a vocalist with psych-rock group The Altered Hours. Earlier this year she released 'A Song For Mary Black' as a part of the Wacker That compilation from Touch Sensitive Records
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