Michael C. Hall, star of cult US dramas Dexter and Six Feet Under, will be bringing his band Princess Goes to the Butterfly Museum to Dublin for a gig at the Workmans Club on December 8.

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Made up of front man Hall, drummer Peter Yanowitz of The Wallflowers, and keyboardist Matt Katz-Bohen, who plays with Blondie, the trio play Dublin as part of their European tour.

They took their name from an idea that Katz-Bohen's four-year-old daughter had for her imaginary band and they are influenced by David Bowie, Giorgio Moroder’s '70s disco productions for Donna Summer, ‘80s new wave dance music, contemporary electronic dance acts like Justice, and the roster of France’s Ed Banger label.

They formed several years ago on Broadway when they met during a production of Hedwig and the Angry Inch.

Princess Goes to the Butterfly Museum released their debut album Thanks for Coming in February 2021 and have just released the video to their latest single Nevertheless - a homage to 80’s style synth pop with a video influenced by Ah-ha’s Take on Me and Money For Nothin’ by Dire Straits.

Tickets priced €22.50 plus booking fee for Princess Goes to the Butterfly Museum are on sale now from Ticketbooth and Selective Memory.