Dublin’s Pillow Queens drop alt rock gem ‘Suffer’ 

Addictive, and gritty as hell, Pillow Queens bring the Dublin mood to their new single ‘Suffer’

As the days begin to warm up, Pillow Queens bring a dose of extra heat and a sweet taste of Dublin indie rock with their latest track, “Suffer,” a drum-driven anthem that hits you in all the right places.

Its gritty, the kind of gritty that makes you feel like you are on the streets of Dublin having a conversation with your mates about, well, pretty much everything that’s important, love, and life, in all its messy, heartbreaking glory.

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Because lets face it, love is all consuming, and this is one band that knows it. 

Pillow Queens  are really pulling at heartstrings with this one, exploring the business of love and self-deception.

“Suffer” cuts deep, traversing through the struggle to move on. There’s a touch of Northern Soul vibes in there, giving it a real communal feel. They penned this one during a cold Dublin winter, and you can feel it in the bones of the song.

They’ve got some heavy hitters on their inspiration list, from Alt-J to Lana Del Rey, and it all comes together in a sound that’s uniquely Pillow Queens. Since their start in 2016, these four talented ladies—Pamela Connolly, Sarah Corcoran, Cathy McGuiness, and Rachel Lyons—have been making waves.

Catch them live this November as they crisscross the EU and UK, hitting up spots like Germany’s Rolling Stone Beach and a London gig that’s already got the “sold out” sign up.

So, if you’re looking for a sound that hits you in the gut and a band that knows how to deliver, check out “Suffer” and catch Pillow Queens live. Trust us, you won’t want to miss this.

Tickets are waiting for you on their site.

Pillow Queens Live

EU/UK November 2023

November 6 – Paris, France – Pitchfork Festival Paris

November 8 – Laval, France – La Fosse

November 9 – Rees Haldern – Haldern Pop Bar

November 10 – Weißenhaus, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany – Rolling Stone Beach

November 13 – London, UK – The 100 Club (SOLD OUT)

November 14 – Cardiff, UK – Clwb Ifor Bach

November 15 – York, UK – The Crescent

November 17 – Birkenhead, UK – Future Yard