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06 Jul 2022

Dundalk and Dublin duo Æ MAK to release debut EP

Dundalk and Dublin duo Æ MAK to release debut EP

Aoife McCann and Ellie McMahon of Æ MAK

Æ MAK announced that they will be releasing their debut EP ' I Can Feel It In My Bones on November 14th.

The Dundalk/Dublin Duo consist of vocalists Aoife McCann and Ellie McMahon, who first met as students of BIMM Dublin in 2011.
Combining their background in musical theatre, with their eclectic  musical influences, including Bjork, tUnE-yArDs, Django Django, Lykke Li, Arcade Fire, Sylvan Esso, and Anita O'Day,

Æ MAK have crafted a signature sound and stage presence, which has enthralled audiences across the nation,  including a couple of slots at the previous two year's Electric Picnic Festivals, as well as being top-of-the-bill at 'Repeal It', in Dublin's Foam Café on October 27th.

Æ MAK's 'Jungle Indie Pop' sound is boosted by members Alin Sean Leonard (guitar), Sean McManamon (bass), Daniel McIntyre (keys), Dylan Povey (drums) and  Peter Kelly (percussion). Their songwriting focuses on rhythmic vocal lines and harmonies.

The music video for the super-catchy  'I Can Feel It In My Bones' was premièred by Entertainment Website Nialler9 on October 14th, a day before it's official release. The video was filmed by local man Graham Patterson and has gained huge praise throughout social media, leading many people to “dance about the place”.

The Single 'I Can Feel It In My Bones' is now available to purchase on iTunes and stream on Spotify. The full EP, which will be released on November 14th will also feature two brand new songs.

Visit www.facebook.com/AEMAKofficial for more information.

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