Electro-hip hop-punk queen Peaches will play a closing gig at Dublin's Hard Working Class Heroes festival this Sunday, 15 October at 11pm on Meeting House Square in Temple Bar.
She recently released her third album, 'ImPeach My Bush', featuring appearances from Joan Jett, Queens of the Stone Age's Josh Homme and drummer Samantha Maloney, who has also worked with Mötley Crüe and Hole.
The three-day festival opens tonight across six venues in Dublin city centre, with artists and bands including Couse and the Impossible, Bill Coleman and The Beat Poets playing live from 7.30pm until 1.15am.
This year the festival is producing a special limited edition CD of the top 15 downloaded songs at from the festival site along with the three most downloaded tracks by the featured Canadian bands.
Tickets for the weekend are €25 and the CD is available free to all ticketholders.
A full schedule of bands playing is available online at www.hwch.net.
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The winning bands and songs are:
Novastone - 'Got to Get Away For a While'
My Invention - 'Alligator Farm'
SuperJimenez - 'Helicopters'
A Band Called Wanda - 'You're So Kind'
Matt McGinn - 'Double Bed'
Pinky - 'Jack the Lad'
The Balducci Lift - 'The Here & Now'
Angel Pier - 'Sprites'
Delorentos - 'Any Other Way'
Myp et Jeep - 'Enough is Enough'
79cortinaz - 'Deirdre's Song'
Pilotlight - 'Music To Cross The Road To'
Envelope - 'Cost of Living'
Story of Hair - 'Shoes on Fire'
Patrick Freyne and his Bad Intentions - 'Why are Things so Hard?'