Due to unforeseen circumstances, The Irrepressibles concert at The Queen's Hall in Edinburgh on 19 April 2020 has been cancelled. Ticket refunds are now available from point of purchase.
Jamie Irrepressible finally returns, after a 6-year hiatus of collaborations, with a third album from his creative guise The Irrepressibles.
Titled ‘Superheroes’ the new sonic work takes cues from the Prog, Kraut-Rock and Electronica movements which influenced him during his time recently living in Berlin, as well as in his teenage years. ‘Superheroes’ is a fantasy concept album about the boy within us that always remains, learns to heal, and eventually falls in love. The album tells the story of a poignant and heroic homosexual love.
Live, the band will bring the album to life with an audio-visual show that lives up to the band's reputation as leaders in live spectacle. Comprised of 8 multi-instrumentalists on analog synthesizers, electric drums, live kit, percussion, choir, strings, and brass. Visually the show features work by a whole gamut of directors and AV collaborators including Joel Ryan McDermott, Alexey Romanowsky, Darin Tufani, and Savvas Stavrou whose music video for the track ‘Submission’ received accolades at the European Independent Film Festival 2019.