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27 Nov 2021

Acclaimed Thurles band set to play Electric Picnic

Thurles band Seskin Lane have beaten off stiff competition in Slane to win a slot at Electric Picnic, one of Ireland’s biggest music festivals.

Thurles band Seskin Lane have beaten off stiff competition in Slane to win a slot at Electric Picnic, one of Ireland’s biggest music festivals.

The band recently launched their new album ‘The History of Things to Come’ in Whelan’s Dublin to a packed out crowd and you can hear them playing their latest single ‘Never forget a face’ live on Keith Fahey’s ‘Afternoon Show’ (Tipp FM) on April 23rd at 2pm.

Don’t forget to check out Seskin Lane on Facebook for upcoming gigs, news and clips of the band.

The lads are also looking forward to playing Thurles Harvest Festival this year.

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