City Victim

Galway, County Galway

Stuck between the want to move forward but the need to remain, City Victim's music unveils feelings of escapism, nostalgia, and anxiety, with a sound that echoes other artists such as Interpol, The Cure, and Beach Fossils.

City Victim is the result of a long term collaboration between Adam Sheeran (The Followers of Otis/Eoin Dolan Band) and Kieran O'Brien (Solo Artist, member of Citog Records), two life long friends who grew up playing music together

Currently residing in Galway, the band formed in late 2018 and to date have released 2 singles and a music video showcasing their desire for a late-night drive type aesthetic. Upon release they were greeted with very favourable reviews while also getting national radio play on John Barker's 98FM.

They have a full album recorded which they aim to steadily promote and release over the course of 2019, along with live shows.

The album was produced by Fergal Davis, well renowned for his work with Muse, Republic of Loose, and O Emperor. Also featuring on the album is Geoff French, who played drums on many of the songs (The Brilliant Things, Preachers Son, The Follower of Otis)

City Victim are joined live with Ciaran O Maolain (Half Forward Line) on drums, and Wayne Foy (Field Trip) on guitars and backing vocals, gigging as a 4 piece.

"Their latest offering Out Of Sight is a lush bass heavy indie rocker with a dreamy aesthetic" - Robb Donker
(American Pancake)

"The tight production, refined musicianship, laid back fluidity and dazzling charm of ‘Out of Sight’ makes City Victim a band to keep an eye on." - Indie Buddy

"Very catchy, very fresh" - Auch Schön (We Love That)

"‘Out of Sight’ is a finely cultured number that drifts and glides along a dreamy mellowed indie rock backdrop. The sweet nostalgic melody floats gracefully upon a driving bass line and twinkling guitar feature while swirling soundscapes soothe and cool the tone creating an ethereal freeing atmosphere." - Indie Buddie


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