Red House UK
Belfast, County Antrim
Red House are a four piece Indie Rock unit: two guitars, bass, drums and vocal. They are an exciting young band with lots of fresh material and are well experienced playing in lots of venues to all sorts of crowds. Notable gigs include supporting Duke Special at the Holywood Harmony Festival, the Belfast Rocks gig at Belfast City Hall in the Feile Festival, launching their debut single 'I Had You' on board the Belfast Barge, The Pavillion and the Dirty Onion at peak nights like St Patrick’s Day, and the Forest Acoustic Stage at Sunflowerfest 2017! Red House are all about energy, a loud, exciting electric band. Live on stage they can guarantee to get the crowd pumping with great original material and a few popular covers. Drawing and holding large crowds with a slick and high energy set, Red House keep a crowd singing and dancing all night and appeal to all kinds of crowds. The band is composed of lead singer and guitarist Caolan (Cazza) Donaghy, the band's main songwriter; Adam Irvine, the lead guitarist; Odhran Cassidy, bassist; and Darragh Tibbs, the drummer. Lots of chemistry and lots of talent are key to the band's sound, influenced by bands like the Arctic Monkeys, the White Stripes, the Strypes and Catfish and the Bottlemen. The band has just released their first single 'I Had You' which can be listened to on all major online platforms, which was produced (in true Indie style) completely in the home studio. It has had a great response from early listeners and has had success on Radio Ulster’s Across the Line and RTE’s 2FM as well as a review from GigRadar: https://gigradar.co.uk/introducing-red-house/. They are working on their debut studio EP to be released in 2018 following the success of I Had You and are having a jam packed gig schedule in August and September to build up to the launch. Red House won the Jack Daniels Battle of the Bands in the Goat's Toe Bangor, judged by Terri Hooley and Stuart Bailie and many other experienced industry professionals. Stuart Bailie commented that watching Red House was like ‘seeing U2 for the first time’. The prize was £500 plus a music video (which will be for the first track on the EP Foreword and can be seen on social media) and more gigs in the Goat's Toe. Red House are young, exciting and raring to go with new music.