Tullamore, County Offaly
Chasing Abbey is a hip-hop collective at the forefront of Ireland’s urban pop scene. Artists Ro
(Outro), Bee (Bee Fade) and Teddy C (Kidman Kuz) make up the group, hailing from Ireland’s
midlands, Tullamore, County Offaly.
Friends since childhood, the trio are multi-instrumentalist producers, rappers and singers whose
expertise helped skyrocket Chasing Abbey to unparalleled industry success in 2017, earning the
group a global record deal with 3 Beat UK/Universal Music Group worldwide, as well as becoming
award-winning artists for their debut self-release That Good Thing (scooping up the prestigious
RTÉ Choice Music Prize Song of the Year award).
Chasing Abbey’s second release Talk to Me emerged at the end of 2017. The track exploded on
Irish radio, became an official track for the Football Association of Ireland 2018 and landed major
television syncs, most notably in a six month ad campaign with mobile/internet giant Eir.
In May 2018, the group released their third single Choices - the track shot straight to the #1 in the
charts within hours of its release.
2018 saw Chasing Abbey brandish their live capabilities, playing to crowds upwards of 20,000
supporting The Chainsmokers and Rita Ora at Dublin’s RDS stadium, and landing themselves
headline slots at Sea Sessions and Longitude, as well as supporting industry giants Zara Larsson
and Martin Garrix in Belfast, and Enrique Iglesias at the 3 Arena. The group’s debut six-venue
debut tour The Rollout Tour sold out across the country. Chasing Abbey have also been added to
the line up for the renowned 2fm Christmas Ball at the 3 Arena along with Hozier and Walking on
With new music recorded and ready, an explosive live show in the tank, and talks of an EP on a
nearing horizon, Chasing Abbey’s 2019 looks set to repeat and eclipse the dizzying heights of this
outfit’s already incredible success story