Walking On Cars collaborate with Dublin Gospel Choir for intimate #BowStreetSessionsGig

Posted on 23 March 2016
By Khyle Deen
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Irish anthemic, alt-rockers Walking On Cars are a band on the rise. Having been awarded Annie Mac’s sought after Hottest Record In The World for their new single ‘Catch Me If You Can’ and with debut album ‘Everything This Way’ storming into number one in the Irish charts, the five piece are poised to become your new favourite band.

Ahead of their upcoming UK tour, including a headline show at London’s prestigious Shepherds Bush Empire, the band stopped by for an intimate set at The Academy in Dublin for Jameson Whiskey’s Bow Street Sessions as part of their St Patrick’s Day celebrations.

Watch the band perform a rousing version of their fan favourite track ‘Two Stones’ as part of a one off collaboration with the amazing Dublin Gospel Choir in the video box.

With their upbeat, hummable tunes, Walking On Cars have become one of the most popular new bands in Ireland selling out Dublin’s Olympia and the INEC in Killarney and are a continues spin on radio stations across the country. After touring with the likes of Kodaline and James Bay, the band finally released their debut LP “Everything This Way” in January and are now destined to take their love-lorn tales around the world, touching the soul of all who get the chance.

After a sell-out celebration at KOKO this month, the band return to the UK for an emphatic headlining slot at the revered Shepherds Bush Empire, as Walking On Cars unifying majesty takes that next step to global fame.