Four-piece alternative Dublin rock band Insubs are playing support to Power of Dreams on their upcoming Irish tour. We asked Insubs' lead guitarist and backing singer Luke Melvin the BIG Questions . . .

The band, which also features Molly Elliot on bass and vocals, Daniel Monaghan on guitar and vocals and Cain Butler on drums, play their own show in Fibbers in Dublin this Thursday, March 10 and open for POD on March 12 in Mike The Pies, Kerry, March 13 at Cyprus Avenue, Cork and March 15 in Whelan’s of Dublin.

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"Our main aspiration is to get a record deal at the moment along with playing as many gigs as we can," the band say.

"We have been playing with each other for two years now and absolutely love to make music together. Our debut album, Three to One, is on Spotify, YouTube, Apple Music and more.

"We've been playing gigs with Garageland for the past while and we recently played Fibbers in Dublin and we can’t wait to play there again on March 10."

Tell us three things about yourself?

I play lead guitar and sing back-up in Insubs, my favourite colour is green and my favourite genre of music to listen to is New Wave.

How would you describe your music?

Our music is fast with jazzy chord progressions, thumping basslines, upbeat drums with melodic guitar riffs.

Who are your musical inspirations?

Our musical inspirations are Vundabar, The Smiths, The Police and The Cure.

What was the first gig you ever went to and the first record you ever bought/downloaded?

The first gig I ever went to was Oliver Tree back in 2019 and it was probably one of the best first gigs anyone could have attended. The first record I ever bought was Dogrel by Fontaines D.C.

What’s your favourite song right now?

Sad Clown by Vundabar.

Favourite lyric of all time?

"What I want, you've got, And it might be hard to handle, But like a flame that burns a candle, The candle feeds the flame" - You Make My Dreams by Hall and Oates.

If you could only listen to one song for the rest of your life what would it be?

A Spring and a Storm by Tally Hall.

Where can people find your music/more information?

People can find our music on Spotify, YouTube, Apple Music and most other platforms.