PictureHouse have announced details about their new album which will be launched with a gig in Vicar Street on June 7th.
Fresh off the back of their sold out show at The Village and appearances on The Late Late Show and The Pat Kenny show, the recently reformed and new look PictureHouse enlisted fans to help name their new album “Evolution”.
Recorded in Sweden and Ireland over a 14 month period, “Evolution” includes a number of co-writes with Lasse Anderson, who boasts Emilia’s “Big Big World” amongst his credits. His Dad, Stig, was ABBA’s manager and occasional songwriter.
Best known for the summer hits “Sunburst”, “Heavenly Day”, and “Everybody Loves My Girl”, Picturehouse have been live favourites for over a decade having toured relentlessly with the likes of The Corrs, The Saw Doctors, Runrig, Meat Loaf, Mel C, Texas, Bon Jovi, The Divine Comedy, Fish and Big Country, they also famously played to over a million people in 1999 earning countless rave reviews and plaudits along the way.
Tickets for this highly anticipated gig on June 7th are available now from Ticketmaster.ie.