modernlove. Shows No Signs of Slowing Down With Their Hottest New Alt-Pop Smash ‘Ruin Your Night’

GLOBAL NEWS—In 2023, modernlove. won’t waste any time, that much is certain. The Irish indie-pop-rockers pick up where they left off in 2022 with the release of their explosive new single, “Ruin Your Night. Using raucous video featuring footage from their sold-out debut headline tour of the UK, modernlove. continue to grow their highly-engaged international fanbase.

With more music in the pipeline as they build towards EP3 (March 24th), the boys will embark on their first US tour in March, including SXSW, with tickets for headline shows in LA /NYC /SanFran /Chicago /Philadelphia and other cities selling quickly. modernlove. will perform at Lafayette on April 14 in an effort to solidify their position as one of the year’s most exciting bands. They have recently received support from numerous DJs at Radio 1, BBC Ulster, BBC Introducing, Radio X, Q Radio, Flux FM, MTV, Line Of Best Fit, Hunger Magazine, and Notion.

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modernlove. commented, “Ruin Your Night explores those times we’ve all experienced in relationships where every night inevitably blows up into a huge fight and it seems futile to ever try going out and having fun together. We all sometimes fall victim to alcohol fuelled self-sabotage and this song attempts to capture both the fire and intensity of those nights and the quiet gentle melancholy of the mornings after. The song has a sort of sonic irony in that it’s a straight up indie dance banger about having an awful night out.” 

modernlove started in 2016 in response to the dearth of live music venues in their Drogheda, Ireland, hometown by successfully establishing their own scene. They organized packed DIY pub gigs and encouraged other local bands to step out, giving themselves a creative outlet and fostering a vibrant community for young music obsessives in their area.

That ethos of making something from nothing still serves them well to the current day. And now their music is being embraced on a much bigger platform—including support from Jack Saunders at Radio 1 for their recent single “Take Me Far Away.