Bell X1 have lined up a midnight show for Saturday 17th of December in Olympia Theatre with all proceeds going towards the Capuchin Day Centre, a homeless centre based on Bow Street, Dublin 7.
Paul from the band used to live in the area and it was here he got to know Rocky, about whom the song Rocky Took a Lover was written. Rocky was one of the many who were fed and looked after by the centre. Since the recession, the numbers attending the centre have doubled, and so they are under a lot of strain to provide 200 breakfasts and over 400 dinners for those in need.
Tickets are €18 plus fees on sale Wednesday November 9th from Ticketmaster outlets nationwide and ticketmaster.ie.
A new single from Bloodless Coup entitled ‘Sugar High’ is released on November 25th.
Tour Dates (with guest Jape)
Thurs Dec 1 – The Forum, Waterford
Fri Dec 2 – Big Top, Limerick
Sat Dec 3 – Black Box, Galway
Sat 10 Dec – Savoy, Cork
Thurs Dec 15 – Nerve Centre, Derry
Fri Dec 16 – Mandella Hall, Belfast
Sat Dec 17 – Olympia, Dublin