Music from the Heart

Klubber Lang - This Place (single)

Somewhat of a nineties supergroup, Dublin outfit Klubber Lang are made up of Revelino guitarist Ciaran Tallon, ex-(sic) bass player Ciaran McGoldrick on vocals and bass, ex-Mexican Pets drummer Fin O'Leary and producer Ronan McHugh on keyboards. With the two singles released to date, ‘There, There’ and ‘Not My Day’, Klubber Lang have made a real statement of intent and have created a real level of expectation about what is yet to come.

FIFA Records are delighted to announce that ‘Klubber Lang’ will be the latest addition to the FIFA Records roster. Since its founding in 2005, Cork label ‘Forever In Financial Arrears’ or FIFA Records as it is more commonly known have continuously worked with exciting new Irish talent (Fight Like Apes, One Morning in August, The Vincent(s), Hope is Noise, Dae Kim, Lorraine Nash) as well as releasing material from established names on the Irish indie scene such as The Frank & Walters, Emperor of Ice Cream, August Wells, Power of Dreams and Whipping Boy.

In what is already a busy 2021 for the label which will see further releases from many of its roster and in continuing its policy of unearthing gems and working with some of the best in Irish talent FIFA Records are delighted to announce that Dublin band, Klubber lang will be joining the FIFA roster. With label founder Ashley Keating stating, “We think Klubber Lang will be an excellent addition to the label and are really looking forward to this partnership”. “The guys have been on our radar for a while, the energy, attitude and melodies in their music really excites us, we’re delighted to have them on board” added Eddie Kiely who co-runs the label with Keating.

Following in the footsteps of the previous releases, This Place continues on the highly energetic vibe. The drums and eletric guitar driven track carries the impression that the band cannot play or sing any louder. It's explosive, it's controlled madness. Dark lyrics only intensitfy the overall feeling of chaos.

"nothing we know is the same as it was"

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