Listen to New EP Cellars..

Irish four piece alternative folk-rock band

With all members contributing on song writing and vocal harmonies In Their Thousands diverse set grows from harmony led vocal tracks to eclectic alternative rock in a seamless progressive crescendo.



“The gig of the year in the North West” was one of the lines associated with In Their Thousands second EP launch. Three buses of unsuspecting fans willingly taken to a secret remote pop-up venue in rural Ireland to mark the release of ‘Cellars’, the second EP to be released by the band this year.

The new EP was recorded in Attica Studios with Tommy Mc Laughlin (Villagers) and has been receiving mass acclaim and airplay locally. Having visited venues such as Whealan’s, The Workman’s Club, Roisín Dubh and festival appearances such as Indiependence already this year, the band are gearing up for another tour around Ireland to promote ‘Cellars’, with details to be announced shortly.

With songwriting and vocal duties being held down by all four band members and a diverse and alternative approach to the way music should be enjoyed, In Their Thousands, are one of the most exciting and interesting and unique Irish groups to have emerged in recent years.

“In Their Thousands are one of the authentic prospects to make the step from local act to genuine behemoths.” –


In Their Thousands are drip feeding sixteen songs over four EP’s.

With an emphasis on creativity the band have nestled into the plan. The first EP was home recorded and is affectionately referred to as ‘The Steeples Tapes’. The band progressed to Attica Recording Studios for the recording of the second EP ‘Cellars’. The third and fourth installments are soon to follow.

With each EP the band are trying to explore different themes artistically with a debut album in mind. The artwork for each EP makes up another piece of the puzzle leaving In Their Thousands fans with a unique experience.

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Declan : +353 (0)87 7684216
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Declan : +353 (0)87 7684216
Ruairí : +353 (0)87 9117785
Email :