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Slow Seas' dive for charity!

Tuesday, 5th February, 2019 8:00am
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Slow Seas' dive for charity!
Slow Seas' dive for charity!

Nenagh music duo Slow Seas are about to release an EP and take part in a skydive in support of mental health charity Aware.

Lisa O'Neill and Máire Long will launch their new EP at The Kenyon, Nenagh, on Saturday, February 9th. They will then be participating in a charity skydive with the funds that are raised. 

Half of the money will be donated directly to the worthwhile charity Aware, which aims to raise awareness and support individuals with depression and bipolar disorder. The remainder of the funds raised will contribute to their participation in the skydive.

Slow Seas have a loyal fanbase throughout Tipperary. The harmony based duo have already shared the stage with Irish great Jerry Fish and also had airplay on Tipp FM. They recently finished in the top 5 of the 'Le Crunch Apple of My Eye' contest, which saw Máire and Lisa take to the stage of legendary Dublin venue Whelan's to perform their innovative version of 'Toxic' by Britney Spears.

Music at their upcoming gig in aid of Aware at The Kenyon will be underway from 10pm. CDs: €10.

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