One of the most anticipated band’s of 2015, The Districts, are streaming their new album A Flourish And A Spoil.
The four-piece rockers are from the tiny town of Lititz, Pennsylvania and were tipped at the start of the year by NME as one of the bands to watch out for.
The group is influenced by acts such as Jack White, The Replacement and The Black Keys and have been compared to Cold War Kids and The Walkmen.
The band consists of Rob Grote, Mark Larson, Connor Jacobus, and Braden Lawrence. The lads formed in 2009 when they were still in secondary school.
In 2011, the Districts released their first EP titled Kitchen Songs, followed by their debut record Telephones in 2012.
The lads signed a record deal with Fat Possum in 2013, putting out a self-tiled EP featuring two new songs and three remastered songs from their first LP.
Go see the Districts play live in Dublin on Saturday May 2nd at the Academy, tickets are only €15 available from the usual outlets.