NIMIC Feature On ASIWYFA's Upcoming Album Launch

'NI's hottest and hardest working band'

Northern Ireland's hottest, and hardest working band, And So I Watch You From Afar, return to the scene of their triumphant A Little Solidarity show to launch their debut self titled album on Saturday 4th April. The album, released on the successful, and highly regarded local label Smalltown America on Monday 6th April, is one of the most hotly anticipated debut albums of the year in indie and rock cicles throughout the UK and Ireland. The band last took the stage in the famous Belfast venue in November as part of their own mini-festival A Little Solidarity which brought together acts from all over Northern Ireland to celebrate the ever incredible Northern Irish scene that has exploded over recent years. With an explosive live show, the band itching to play to Irish audiences again after a successful UK Tour which seen them play sellout shows in London and Glasgow.

Joining them to launch the album is a varied collection of the bands favourite acts from across Ireland. The wonderful quirkiness and gorgeous melodies of The Lowly Knights from Belfast, who themselves are on the cusp of stardom with support slots for 3 of Snow Patrol's upcoming arena shows. Also added is the sonic visceral assault of Dublin's Adebisi Shank, and the feverish ska-punk of Pocket Billiards. Expect tickets for the show to be some of the most saught after of the year in Northern Ireland.

Tickets are priced at £9 in advance of £10 on the door. Tickets available from Queens Students Union and Ticketmaster outlets.