Digging Holes: An Interview with Raglans

Interview with Raglans, an Irish indie band.

The Oxford Culture Review

Following their tour supporting The Strypes, Irish indie band ‘Raglans’ are currently touring the UK having released their debut album on March 21st. I spoke to them about their inspirations, the changing music industry, and their forthcoming projects including supporting The Libertines at Hyde Park in July.

Where does the name ‘Raglans’ come from?

I guess it comes from the poem ‘On Raglan Road’, but really it’s just a word. Picking band names is hard so we just decided on it and stuck with it.

You’ve supported various big names from Haim to The Strypes – which was your favourite gig, and who would you like to have supporting you in future?

We started in 2011 and since then we’ve got to play with some awesome bands. I don’t know which would be our favourite. The Strypes are good friends of ours from back home so it’s always nice playing with…

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