Saturday December 7, 2019

Blonde Ambition

Formed from the ashes of Little Green Cars, four-piece Soda Blonde have had a whirlwind start to their new incarnation, writes Michael Lanigan

2nd June, 2019
Soda Blonde’s Faye O’Rourke: ‘We’ve this blank canvas and any cool idea is a goer right now’

It has been a hectic few weeks for Irish band Soda Blonde. Scarcely two months since the dissolution of four of their members’ previous group, the acclaimed indie-folk five piece Little Green Cars, already they’re raring to go with their new project.

They sold out a gig in Dublin on their second day in existence. On their third, they played The Late Late Show to air their debut single Swimming Through The...

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