Rhythm Nation: Pretty Happy

The Cork-based art punk outfit reveal the ten tracks that mean the most to them

6th June, 2021
Rhythm Nation: Pretty Happy
Andy Killian and siblings Abbey and Arann Blake make up Pretty Happy

“A deep dive into the choppy waters of queer identity and gender stereotyping.” This is how Cork art-punk band Pretty Happy describe their bracing new single Sea Sea Sea.

Siblings Abbey and Arann Blake and Andy Killian have recently been winning plaudits for their theatrical live shows too, which reflects the fact that all three members are keenly involved in drama and film. Guitarist Abbey is also a founding member of the Angry...

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