Chasing Abbey came to our attention with their first single, “That Good Thing”.
Since then, things have been more than good as they have won a Choice Music Prize, supported The Chainsmokers, Rita Ora and Enrique Iglesias and are now about to embark on their own nation wide, “The Culchie Kid” Tour.
✖︎ Chasing Abbey: Culchie Kid Tour ✖︎
:: April 14th :: @OlympiaTheatre, Dublin ::
— MCD Productions (@mcd_productions) 8 February 2019
The lads dropped into Plan B to chat to Sarina about their sudden success and how they don’t let it go to their head.
As successful as Chasing Abbey are, they are always chasing more.
They don’t look back at their past highs, they look forward to what they want to be doing next.
Right now, that is releasing their new single, Hold On which is a new sound for the lads. This is a sound they have always been heading for.
The Odysee Project
Chasing Abbey are looking forward to sharing their first EP with their fans in April.
They have called the 5 track EP, “The Odysee Project” as this is all about the journey they have been on.
Introducing ‘The Odyssey Project’. Our first body of work and EP will be released April 5th. BUT, this Friday, February 15th we drop our first single off it ‘Hold On’. Welcome to The Odyssey. 🐺 🐺🐺 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Drop a dog if you’re hyped 🐺 pic.twitter.com/YGqvaHnZUw
— Chasing Abbey (@ChasingAbbeyHQ) 10 February 2019
Ghosted by Enrique Iglesias
Part of that journey has been supporting the likes of Enrique Iglesias at the 3 Arena but when they are opening for big acts, do they get to hang out with them?
According to the lads, Enrique Iglesias had a quick chat with them and said he would join them afterwards for a drink but then ghosted them. They didn’t take this to heart though!
Chasing Abbey are touring their “The Culchie Kid” tour around Ireland and will be playing the Olympia on 14th April 2019.
You can listen back to their full interview here: