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Mayo/London band The BibleCode Sundays.
?Mayo/London band The BibleCode Sundays.

BibleCode Sundays release new album

Henry McGlade

Last week saw the long-awaited release of The BibleCode Sundays’ third album, ‘New Hazardous Design’. The band, whose bass player is Enda Mulloy, son of Mulranny based balladeer, Tom Mulloy, released the album at ‘Under the Bridge’ at Chelsea FC, in London.
“It’s been a long time since the Mayo/London band released their last album, six years in fact, and in that time the Galtymore where they had their last launch is flattened to the ground. So who knows, perhaps in six years time Stamford Bridge might be rubble!” said Carlton, the band’s drummer.
This year also sees the band celebrate ten years working together, and having spent years touring with 1980s Ska band Bad Manners prior to joining the BibleCode Sundays, Enda Molloy knows a thing or two about what it takes to endure longevity.
“We have spent ten years on the road and recording together now, and it is because of all those gigs and recordings that we find ourselves with the product we have now. We’re all very proud of it,” says Enda.
In the last few years BibleCode Sundays’ growing popularity and adoption by both Celtic FC and London Irish RFC supporters has seen the band’s fan base grow further to include Europe and the United States, with performances at major sporting events and stadiums like Twickenham and music festivals, including Glastonbury.
They were invited to perform on the Sky Sports Christmas Day special and, with growing popularity in the US, the band headed for a Boston St Patrick’s Day concert.
The band also performed at the London Feis Festival alongside the likes of Van Morrison Thin Lizzy, Cranberries and Christy Moore, and earlier in the year performed live in public for the first time, with band member Ronan’s brother, Elvis Costello, at shows in New York, and Boston.