Dublin 7, County Dublin
Heritage Centre are an Irish 5 piece band hailing from Dublin and Dundalk, who play indie rock with pop sensibilities. Having made a name for themselves as a prolific studio and live act, with a string of successful shows, singles and EPs, the band disappeared to craft their debut album with Canadian producer David Newfeld.
Recording in an old church, the band emerged with what is now their 11 track debut "Alright, Check It out" which was released September 14 with a packed launch show the following week in The Grand Social, Dublin.
The band spent the summer promoting the album with a series of free shows and releases, which began with single "The Boss" in May, followed by "Oldest Friend" in mid July and most recently "The Pros And Cons Of Cowardice", which saw them nominated as finalists in the RTE RAAP breakthrough bursary programme, to support emerging talents.
Currently the band are at work preparing a tour of Ireland in February with their sights set on visiting the U.K and mainland Europe early in the new year in addition to an appearance at Canadian Music week in march.