It is very true when we say that we have never being so excited about a debut album since Fontaines D.C.’s Dogrel.
And that album is from another West of Ireland band. Yes, we are speaking about Galway’s SLYRYDES.
Championed in recent times by the wonderful Paul Mcloone of Today FM SLRYDES upcoming new song ‘Boy in the Debs Suit’ harks back to the early day’s of good Irish Rock. It’s Irish sounding and there is absolutely no doubt about that.
There is a lot of melody in the new track and we promise you will be spinning this one on repeat long after its official release on March 8th.
The band have being busy putting the finishing touches to their debut album which is due out later this year has we are very excited about this.
Speaking with bassist Fuzz Reilly he tells us the band have definitely not gone out on a limb to record the same 12 tracks for their debut album which is why we are excited about this release.
Let us give you an introduction on SLYRYDES.
Slyrydes are a four piece band from Galway city, Co Galway Ireland. Slyrydes released their first five singles from March 2019 to March 2020 (Mental Health, Point of view, Out Patience, Dangerous Animals & I claim to be intelligent) The singles collected much critical acclaim nationwide and in the UK. Paul McLoone (Today fm/ The Undertones) has championed the band since the first single “Mental Health”
All of Slyrydes releases have been engineered and produced by Dan Doherty in Darklands Dublin.
In 2020 against many odds Slyrydes managed to record their Debut album. “We managed to get into Dan in Darklands in between lockdowns in September 2020. I think it was a mixture of luck and sheer determination”
“Boy in the Debs suit” is one of the songs on their debut. “We definitely didn’t write the same song 12 times. Which made it so difficult to pick a new single” “We cannot wait to share this album with the world”
Slyrydes debut will be available on 12” and is set for release in 2021.