Fangclub drop brand-new single ‘Out Of My Head’
Ireland headline tour dates on sale now

Photo Credit: Glen Bollard

Hot off the heels of their returning single, ‘Attention’ which dropped in March, Irish alt rockers, Fangclub, have today followed this up with their brand new single, ‘Out Of My Head’. The track continues to mark a new era for Fangclub, being the band’s second release since their critically acclaimed album ‘Vulture Culture’ (2019) and is the glowing result of their authentic reconnection with music.

On the new single , Fangclub’s vocalist Steven King comments, “Out Of My Head is a big fun ego-death song. The riff has a country bounce to it so we wanted to make it like a heavy Beck song. Two and a half minutes of a big riff, big drums and hooks. Self-deprecating entertainment.”

To mark the band’s return they have announced accompanying headline live dates in Ireland that kick off in Limerick on the 23rd May, stopping off in Listowel and Cork before finishing in Dublin on the 1st June. See full details below:

23/05 – Limerick, Dolans Upstairs
24/05 – Listowel, Mike The Pies
31/05 – Cork, Coughlan’s
01/06 – Dublin, Whelans

Tickets are now available via the link HERE.

Hailing from Dublin Ireland, Fangclub continue to utilise their DIY ethos that has proven so pivotal in the band’s career so far. Their debut self-titled album, which was stated by The Irish Times as “one of the best hard rock albums of the year” was released in 2017 and charted at #5 in the official Irish album chart.

Fangclub released their fuzz ladened sophomore album ‘Vulture Culture’ in 2019 to a wealth of praise. The album took Fangclub to new heights while securing shows alongside both Metallica at Slane Castle, The Smashing Pumpkins across Europe and sold out headline shows in Dublin and London as part of their ‘Vulture Culture’ album release tour.


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