The Strypes at The Olympia Thursday 8th December

Have a pre-concert Early Bird in San Lorenzo’s, we’re just round the corner.


This December, The Strypes are releasing a highly desirable vinyl only double A sided single, with all proceeds going to the charity CanTeen Ireland.  This is a limited run of 500 copies available only from

Recorded at Dublin’s brand new state of the art Camden Street studios, the tracks featured are (What’s So Funny ‘Bout) Peace, Love & Understanding written by Nick Lowe and Down At The Radiotron written by Stefan Murphy formerly of The Mighty Stef.

Both tracks have featured in The Strypes live set and both artists have had a significant influence on the band. Pressed on high quality coloured vinyl, this is a perfect stocking filler and a great way to support a worthy cause.

Rising Dublin band BARQ have been added as special guests for The Olympia show.

2015 was an incredible year for The Strypes. Not only did their sophomore album ‘Little Victories’ reach number one, but they took on some huge gigs around the country including an outstanding performance at last year’s Slane. They have travelled far and wide to please their fans and this year alone, have performed shows in the UK, the US and all across Europe.

Already, this year’s international summer festival diary is packed and 2016 is promising to be their biggest year yet.

There is no live show like an incendiary Strypes show – if you haven’t caught one yet – Get Into It.