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Pop quartet promote new charity single

Thursday, 21st September, 2017 9:25am

Cork band The Elation will play in Curraheen Park tonight to promote their new charity single.

The Cork pop quartet will play the greyhound stadium tonight (21 September) to promote their single 'Feels Like a Good Reason to Get Started' released in aide of the Cork Gay Project.

The gig follows a performance in the Crane Lane Theatre earlier this week.

'Feels Like a Good Reason to Get Started' was produced and recorded with multi-platinum selling London producer Andy Whitmore. It follows the success of The Elation's previous singles 'XO' and 'Catch' released earlier this year.

The band are a popular live act with an expansive dance pop sound, and have appeared at events such as Gay Pride and Indiependence in Cork this summer.

'Feels Like a Good Reason to Get Started' is available on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play Store, and direct on

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