They’re killing it: The Murder Capital
Sounding mature beyond their years, recently formed Irish band The Murder Capital are digging deep with their debut album
They may be only in their early 20s, but Dublin five-piece The Murder Capital already sound like a band with plenty of life experience. Their debut album deals with subjects ranging from mental illness to coping with bereavement. Mature, intense, brooding and bruising, perhaps the most surprising thing about The Murder Capital is that they have only been together for a little over a year.
While they had played a few gigs with other musicians,...
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