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Pop / Rock 06/10/2017

PictureHouse Releases New Single "Somebody Somewhere"; See Bono's Message Of Support!

PictureHouse Releases New Single "Somebody Somewhere"; See Bono's Message Of Support!

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New York, NY (Top40 Charts) Following their recent triumphant anniversary show last month, PictureHouse have announced plans to release "Somebody Somewhere", the lead track and from the 21st anniversary celebration album "How Can I Explain How This Came To Be?" on November 24th via Plane Groovy records

Amid the fanfare of reaching their 21st anniversary which included a letter of tribute from the Irish President Michael D Higgins, the band received video messages of support from a host of well known Irish faces including U2 frontman Bono. Massive accolades indeed.



A favourite in live sets, Somebody Somewhere is a song about keeping hope in even the most bleakest and darkest situations. The band first premiered this song in a prison in Dublin after being invited to play for selected inmates. There wasn't a dry eye in the house.
The band play an intimate showcase in London's The Islington on November 21st.

For more information see www.picturehouse.ie
See celebratory video at www.picturehouse.ie/video

"One day I'm going to be up there with him" Dave aged 10 to his mother after attending his first show. 15 years later, his dream came through when half way through a support tour, Meataloaf invited Dave on stage to sing " I would do anything for love".
Upon stumbling on the band at a show in the late 90s, Elton John bought a box of albums to give to his friends and family.
PictureHouse were playlisted on BBC Radio 2 recently with a song that was co-written with Lasse Anderson, son of Stig Anderson (ABBA)
Jonah Hill, on a promo tour for 22 Jump St, ended up on singing with front man Dave Browne at a show in 2014.
Brian O'Driscoll. British and Irish Lions captain tweeted support of the band during their last album campaign.
Dave, a massive Glen Campbell fan, was lucky enough to meet and sing with Glen's family whilst they were on tour in Ireland with Glen.

Quotes:
"Somebody Somewhere" One of the best Irish songs ever written or recorded - Ray D'arcy RTE Radio 1 | RTE TV
"PictureHouse are loaded with songs that Neil Finn would be proud to call his own"- Irish Times
".. career filled with songs that might have been written by McCartney or Joel" - Mail on Sunday
"Sunburst - one of the great summer pop songs" - Ryan Tubridy BBC Radio 2 / RTE Radio 1
"We still can't get enough of PictureHouse" - Ian Dempsey Today FM






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