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Columbia Mills

Constant musical development has marked the journey of Columbia Mills since the band’s inception in 2014. The band have released two EPs and two critically acclaimed albums to date. ‘A Safe Distance to Watch’ and ‘CCTV’.

Described by John Kennedy (Radio X) as Ireland’s answer to The National, the band have been honing and perfecting their live performance over the past few years. They are regulars at festivals such as Indiependence, Longitude and Electric Picnic and have supported world-class acts like Ride, Public Service Broadcasting and Palace. On top of this they have also toured Ireland & the UK with a string of headline shows at venues such as Whelans, King Tuts and Sebright Arms.

Their mission statement is to merge electronica, dance and pop while fostering a spirit of inclusion always evident at the long-gone club “Columbia Mills’ in Dublin’s docklands from where they took their name.

The band released their second album ‘CCTV’ in April of 2020. Received impeccable reviews throughout Irish and UK media and grabbed the attention with fans worldwide. They are now putting the final touches to their third album due for release in 2022 and are looking forward to touring the album.

Columbia Mills are: Fiachra Treacy, Ste Ward, Uisneagh Treacy, Paul Kenny


“CCTV is the kind of album to take on a long, late-night drive and listen from start to finish”-8/10 The Last Mixed Tape

“5/5”-The Arena show, RTE Radio One

“Ireland’s answer to The National”-John Kennedy, Radio X

“I’ve always felt these lads were always a cut above the rest”-Ed Smith, Today FM

“World Class Band”-Paul McLoone, Today FM

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