The Riptide Movement are enjoying a lot of success throughout Europe at the moment. Watch this space!
The band members, Mal Tuohy (vocals and guitar), Jay Dalton (guitar), Gerry McGarry (bass & harmonica) and Gar Byrne (drums & piano) are from Lucan, Co. Dublin. They have been extremely busy working on their album ‘Getting Through’ in the UK and Europe. The album topped the Irish charts and achieved Gold status for the band. The band’s album was nominated for Meteor Choice Music Awards ‘Album Of The Year’. The lead single ‘All Works Out’ was a Top 10 hit and was nominated for ‘Single Of The Year’ award. Watch the music video for ‘All Works Out’ here, which features Irish actress Amy Huberman:
The band gained fans in the UK after support performances to The Rolling Stones in Hyde Park in 2013, and at Glastonbury in 2014. They are showing no signs of slowing down and their hectic schedule included performances at many different festivals throughout Europe including Electric Picnic, Reading & Leeds, The Great Escape, Benicassim and T in the Park.
The Guardian described their album as: “..impassioned and anthemic – and they deserve their big moment”.
Band member, Mal Tuohy, describes their music and work ethic: “We’ve never, ever taken ‘no’ for an answer. If there’s something we want to do or achieve, we just sit down and say, ‘How are we going to make it happen?’ And it happens. I think that positivity and ‘If we all pull together…’ spirit comes through in our music too.”
The Riptide Movement will play at Whelans, Dublin on 11, 12 & 13 December. Get your tickets here!