EleventyFour

EleventyFour

 Dublin, Leinster, IRL
BandComedyAcoustic

Nestled between the states comedy and melody lies the cosy Land of Eleventy. Come visit!

Biography

EleventyFour is not your average singer songwriter. Her shows are characterised by offbeat banter and witty songs like The Forklift Song and The Cake Song. She has been compared to Kimya Dawson (Moldy Peaches) and comedians like Flight Of the Conchords and David O' Doherty and her Dad thinks she's “better than Celine Dion.”

EleventyFour began gigging in Dublin in 2008 and has played a variety of venues ranging from cafes and bookshops (The Winding Stair Bookshop, Oxfambooks) to more established music venues (The Sugar Club, The Cobblestone and Crawdaddy) and festivals (Bray Summer Festival, Stradfest). She has also toured to Holland, Italy and Scotland and has supported acts like Readers Wives and The Dead Flags. Jim Carroll picked her as one of his Five Future Sounds in the Irish Times in 2009.