Pubside Down : Irish Do
The Irish Do is Pubside Down's third release and promises more Irish party music and yet another fun title track to dance and sing along to. It is the band's most sophisticated record so far. They spent a summer in the studio experimenting and giving their songs more pop appeal to make them as dynamic as can be. For the first time their music is accompanied by electric guitar which broadens the already wide range of realisations of Celtic music. The Irish Do is a great sequel that combines the straightforward arrangements of Keen on Green and the experimental nature of Devil in the Kitchen, their earlier albums. ---- Pubside Down are a folk rock band from Lucerne, Switzerland. Their name indicates that their music is somewhat twisted and unusual. It's folksy Pub music. Yet, Pubside Down literally turn the traditional way of playing Celtic Folk upside down by blending traditional Irish and Scottish tunes with contemporary musical styles such as pop, rock, or even punk, metal, reggae and Latin. It's fun and energetic Celtic fusion. Consequently, their line-up resembles one of a rock band. Using a full drum kit, electric guitar and bass, alongside with acoustic instruments such as ?ddle, ?ute, rhythm guitar and percussion, they achieve a catchy, yet authentic sound. Since it's inception in 2002, Pubside Down have published three albums and played more than 100 shows. The witty arrangements, their skillful performance and a great deal of fun have attracted the attention of listeners all over the world and made Pubside Down an insiders' tip not only among Irish folk fans. In 2009 Pubside Down are on tour with their new album "The Irish Do" and happily share their kick ass celtic folk with even more listeners. Their albums are available worldwide on iTunes and CDBaby.com.