Lets Get Lost & Eileen Gogan and The Instructions at The Cobblestone.
Influenced by early blues, rock n’ roll and punk music, Let’s Get Lost came together to play music that was a little more ironic, funny, innocent, aggressive or contradictory than the grand statements and manufactured sounds of contemporary rock music.
Having played shows at Phizzfest and the House Presents and toured with Barry McCormack, Let’s Get Lost are presently recording Something Else, the follow up to their first album, Opposite Ends.
Eileen Gogan and the Instructions have just released their debut album, The Spirit of Oberlin. As a singer, Eileen’s powerful, unaffected singing style has been compared with Sandy Denny and Kirsty McColl but her sound draws on a range of influences such as Richard and Linda Thompson, Neil Young, Can, Patti Smith and Yo La Tengo.
Her song writing blends astute observations with razor sharp lyrics and a highly attuned pop sensibility and has recieved rave reviews from Tony Clayton Lea in The Irish Times and Lauren Murphy in the Sunday Times.