English shoegaze veterans Ride will play an exclusive late night gig in Dublin's Workman's Club following their support slot for The Cure at Malahide Castle on Saturday night. 

Tickets priced €15.00 for the show are on sale now and doors are at 11.30pm at the venue on Wellington Quay in the city centre.

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Leading lights of the late eighties/early nineties shoegaze scene, Ride - Andy Bell, Mark Gardener, Laurence Colbert and Steve Queralt - formed in Oxford 1988. Their debut album Nowhere has been named as one of the most important of the shoegaze genre.

All "Beatles 1966 meets My Bloody Valentine 1988", the band broke up in 1996, with members moving on to various projects, and Bell becoming the bassist for Oasis and later, Liam Gallagher’s short-lived post-Oasis band Beady Eye.

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Ride reformed in 2014 and released Weather Diaries, their first album in over 20 years in 2017.

They recently revealed details of their forthcoming album This Is Not A Safe Place, which is released on August 16th and sees them reunite with DJ, producer and remixer Erol Alkan, who was on production duties for Weather Diaries.

Ride: new album in August