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12 Sep 2021
In an industry dominated by loud pop, Saint Sister's unique sound sticks out. The Northern Irish duo have been gaining a lot of attention since they met in Dublin in 2014. They were voted "Best Irish Act" by the readers of The Irish Times in 2016 and their 2018 debut album, "Shape of Silence", was nominated for the Choice Music Prize. They recently released a powerful sophomore album entitled "Where I Should End".
15 Jul 2021
Irish still bitter over killings during the "Troubles" have rejected an amnesty for soldiers and militants floated by Britain's minister for Northern Ireland.

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