Co. Wicklow singer-songwriter Hozier has revealed the details for his forthcoming debut album. Set for release on 22nd September the self-titled record will feature recent singles ‘Take Me To Church’ and ‘From Eden’. The full track list is on his website.

Cashier No. 9 have announced that they are set to play a Belfast show this summer. They will play Voodoo on Friday 1st August and will be supported by Seven Summits. Cashier No. 9 released their debut album ‘To The Death Of Fun’ in 2011, winning a Northern Irish Music Award for Best Album and headlining Glasgowbury in the same year.

Meanwhile rock legends The Who and recent Glastonbury headliners Kasabian have both announced shows for the Odyssey Arena later in the year. The Who will play the Belfast venue on Friday 28th November, with Kasabain taking to the stage on Tuesday 9th December. American pop-punk outfit New Found Glory are also coming to Belfast, playing Limelight 1 on Thursday 13th November.

UPDATE - 7th July: Finally, as previously announced & reported Limavady’s Stendhal Festival of Art had announced that Scottish band Frightened Rabbit were no longer scheduled to play the August event, we can now confirm that they are back on the bill, but rescheduled to headline the Saturday night. Other acts such as The Undertones, PORTS and Emerald Armada are also set to appear at the festival. For more information on the line-up click HERE.

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