Dublin five-piece Little Green Cars play their biggest headline show to date when they take to the stage at Dublin's Iveagh Gardens tonight (July 12).
The band, who released their acclaimed debut album Absolute Zero last year, will be supported by Cavan singer Lisa O'Neill and Dublin four-piece Gypsies on the Autobahn.
Speaking to RTÉ Ten, Little Green Cars' lead singer Steve Appleby said the band are currently working on new songs in their rehearsal space in Gorey, County Wexford.
“We’ve got about four or five songs out of it," Appleby says. "The work is much more meticulous, there is no added pressure, no added sense of moving on; it’s about moving forward. There is no nitpicking.”
The Garden of Death, Mum and Dad, Clair de Lune, and The Factory are among the songs that may feature on the second album.