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Pillow Queens: ‘the goo Irish people have for local music is magnified during these very strange times’

by Louise Bruton

Louise Bruton sits down with Pillow Queens guitarist and vocalist Pamela Connolly, musician Tolü Makay and Michelle Whitehead of Michelle Whitehead PR to discuss the importance of letting homegrown talent flourish - pandemic or no pandemic

We’ve come to learn  in the last year that the rare highs – even if they belong to someone else – need to be celebrated. So when Dublin band Pillow Queens appeared on the Late Late Show with James Corden, both to chat and to perform Liffey from their debut album In Waiting, it felt like Italia ‘90 all over again.  We couldn’t take to the streets to cheer them on – they couldn’t make...

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