Saint Sister announces Belfast show

With new album 'Where I Should End' due for release this summer, Irish electro-folk duo Saint Sister reveal details of an upcoming Belfast show.

With their Self-produced and self-released, sophomore record, 'Where I Should End' due for release on 25th June 2021, Irish electro-folk duo Saint Sister are pleased to announce a headline Belfast show at The Empire Music Hall. The gig will take place on Sunday 21st November 2021.

In the early days of the band, the duo decided that there would be no “front woman” in Saint Sister so everything onstage was represented as such: MacIntyre behind a keyboard and Doherty behind the harp. Over the past six years, however, they’ve grown more comfortable with defining their roles, and with ‘Where I Should End’, they’ve chosen to be front and centre in everything from the music, to the studio, to their videos, to the artwork—which features the pair clad in distinctive suits created by rising Irish designer Aideen Gaynor and inspired by the work of Susan and Elizabeth Yeats (pioneers of the Irish Arts and Crafts movement).

The album travels from late-night scenes on Dublin’s Capel Street in ‘Dynamite’ to American dive bars in ‘Date Night’, where flirtations and fun run high. The softened disco of ‘Karaoke Song’ finds Saint Sister at their most carefree. Delivered with a wink, it’s a love story in three minutes as the weight of a crush comes crashing down. ‘Oh My God Oh Canada’ sees Doherty and MacIntyre exploring the fondness and frustration that can arise with the sometimes incompatible nature of touring and maintaining relationships—with themselves, each other, and their loved ones at home.

Tickets for the show at The Empire Music Hall, Belfast on Sunday 21st November 2021 go on sale on Tuesday 1st of June at 10am from and