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The Shan + Cassion + Stella Wembley + Lost On Broadway + Jack Cullen


Dublin Castle

94 Parkway NW1 7AN London

Gig Description

The Shan-Alt Rock n Roll band with roots in punk rock, garage and psych from the 50s to present day. Influences such as The Stooges, Ramones, The White Stripes, Black Flag, The Brian Jonestown Massacre, The Kinks and The Flamin’ Groovies are combined by the band to bring you rock n roll delivered with a ferocious, neurotic, intensity with catchy hooks to match. Cassion-Urgent hooky indie pop in the vein of Catfish And The Bottlemen and Arcade Fire, quite dramatic and emotive but, catchy and melodic too, great stuff. Stella Wembley – From Los Angeles, a flame haired singer songwriter steeped in opera and classical music but tapping into a Celtic fringe introspective pop. ‘No society has been so deeply alienated as ours from nature. I play music because it’s all I can do’Lost On BroadwayPistols packing punk n roll with a v0cal that could be a girl could be a boy but is cool anyway…like Johnny Rotten got metrosexual… Jack Cullen – Young singersongwriter from the school of excellence that is Tileyard Studios, perfroms a heartfelt big vocal over deft sparse picking, andhas the pop crafted choruses to embrace the kind of beat beat pop music crossover enjoyed by Ellie Golding or George Ezra. Jack Cullen- Jack’s path into music has been somewhat offbeat. Still in school, he signed his first professional rugby contract with Munster moving him to the west coast of Ireland to play with the Ireland U20s team in 6Nations and a Junior World Cup.
In the last few years of playing the sport injury took its toll and Jack began to write music on a more regular basis. Naturally, Jack’s passion for music was too strong and slowly it out-stripped his rugby ambitions. Eventually he came to the decision to follow his heart and hang up his boots to see how far his music could take him.
Jack moved back to his hometown of Bishop’s Stortford in Herftordshire, to focus on broadening his horizons as an artist and songwriter. 
He quickly seemed to make a very suitable impression into the scene when In September 2018 he released his first track ‘Learn’, solely off his own back. Within a day ‘Learn’ landed a spot on Spotify’s New Music Friday!

Source: Dublin Castle website