Picture This New Single ‘One Drink’
Taken From New Album MDRN LV Out Feb 15th Announce Five Nights in Dublin’s 3Arena in March 2019 Play London’s O2 Forum Kentish Town March 19th 2019
imed Irish international phenomenon Picture This return with a new single entitled “One Drink” via Island Records.
The song heralds the arrival of the bands eagerly anticipated new album, MDRN LV, which is out February 15, 2019 on Island Records. Produced by Jayson Dezuzio [Imagine Dragons, X Ambassadors], the record represents a creative high watermark for the quartet as they expand their signature style and venture into uncharted sonic territory.
The band have announced a five-night residency in Dublin’s biggest indoor arena, 3Arena, for March 2019.
Picture This also play the following UK dates next year:
Tues 19th London, O2 Kentish Town Forum
Thurs 21st Birmingham, O2 Institute 2
Fri 22nd Manchester, Gorilla
Sat 23rd Glasgow, City Halls & Old Fruitmarket
Tickets for the Irish dates go on sale next Wednesday 24th October through https://PictureThis.lnk.to/iepresalePR
A pre-sale is available from 4pm through https://PictureThis.lnk.to/ukpresalePR
“One Drink” introduces the album with a funky guitar-driven strut, danceable beat, and slick, soaring, and swaggering hook. Front man Ryan Hennessy captivates with an undeniable and unbreakable chant. Be on the lookout for the music video’s imminent premiere.
The biggest act in Ireland and the nation’s hottest musical export in decades, Picture This arrived as a phenomenon with their self-titled 2017 full-length debut, Picture This. Certified triple-platinum in Ireland, it held the #1 spot in the Irish Album Chart for four weeks, while topping the Streaming Chart for seven weeks. Moreover, it remained in the Top 5 for 38 consecutive weeks.
Two years since their formation, they’ve impressively sold over 300K tickets, concluding 2017 with a sold-out UK and Ireland tour highlighted by gigs at O2 Shepherd’s Bush London, SSE Arena Belfast, and a two-night stand at 3Arena in Dublin. This summer marked their first stadium tour in Ireland, which capped off with a 35,000-person stadium show selling out over 3 months prior.
Picture This are Ryan Hennessey, Jimmy Rainsford, Owen Cardiff and Cliff Deane.