HOZIER announces THIRD AND FINAL 3Arena show!

Hozier has announced a third and final show at 3Arena, Dublin on Friday 22nd December as part of his Unreal Unearth tour.

After a four year hiatus Hozier released his EP “Eat Your Young” on St. Patrick’s Day (coincidentally his birthday). The release included all new material and featured three songs – the title track, “All Things End,” and “Through Me (The Flood).”

In May, Hozier released the anthemic rock song “Francesca”, introducing listeners to the theme of Dante’s ‘Nine Circles Of Hell’, which recurs throughout his new music, and is explored in greater depth on his eagerly awaited third album “Unreal Unearth”, which will be released on Friday 18th August.

In late June, due to overwhelming fan-demand since first teasing the song in September of last year, Hozier shared “Unknown / Nth” from Unreal Unearth

Featuring dreamy blues guitar thread over a sparse, icy soundscape, the track explores heartbreak at the hands of someone you trusted and the cycle of repeating the same mistakes. Touching on the project’s playful exploration of the structure of Dante’s Inferno, “Unknown / Nth” reflects on the sin of the ninth circle of hell: treachery.

Driven by the thought-provoking anthem “Take Me To Church”, which is now Diamond-certified in the USA, Canada, Germany and France; Hozier’s self-titled full-length debut bowed at #2 on the Billboard Top 200 (the second biggest debut album of the year) and went on to achieve triple RIAA Platinum status. It enjoyed nine weeks at number 1 in his native Ireland (including spending an incredible 441 weeks in the Irish Top 50 charts). Indeed, the album rose to no. 3 in the UK ahead of his third sell-out UK tour, while both “Take Me To Church”, and “Someone New”, were singles from the album. 

The follow up to Hozier’s debut album, “Wasteland, Baby!” was released to massive critical acclaim in March 2019, entering the US Billboard Top 200 Chart at #1. The album’s 14 tracks (all original Hozier compositions) marked a major development in songwriting and subject matter. The most obvious is Hozier’s enlightened assessment of the global socio-political landscape. The multi-platinum selling album included the aforementioned single “Nina Cried Power” along with singles “Movement”, “Almost (Sweet music)”, and “Dinner and Diatribes”. 

Last year Hozier teamed up with God of War: Ragnarök’s composer, Bear McCreary to write the song “Blood Upon The Snow”, which was featured in the soundtrack for the game. The same year he also released “Swan Upon Leda”, in a statement shared alongside the release, the star explained that he was sharing the track as a way of showing “solidarity” with those fighting for reproductive rights. 

With over 22 billion global streams, numerous platinum album certifications, multiple award nominations and wins, Hozier is recognised as one of the foremost singer-songwriters of our generation. 

Tickets from €44.90 go on sale this Friday, 14th July at 9am via www.ticketmaster.ie


Sunday            10 December              Liverpool M&S Bank Arena

Monday           11 December              Glasgow OVO Hydro

Wednesday     13 December              Birmingham Resorts World Arena

Friday              15 December              London Wembley OVO Arena

Sunday           17 December             Belfast SSE Arena

Tuesday         19 December             Dublin 3Arena

Wednesday    20 December             Dublin 3Arena

Friday             22 December             Dublin 3Arena

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