Premiere: Post Ironic State – “The Balhousie” Live with DJC Sessions

Before the world went into lockdown, Post Ironic State spent some time with young up and coming sound engineer Derry Creaney.  They created this live session for “The Balhousie”, along with a few others – keep an eye on their social media (@post_ironic_state) as these may be released at a later date.

The song relates to the time that awkward front-man Jai and drummer Ross lived together in an old, hazardous and boiler-less, gothic styled flat on Balhousie Street, across from Edgar Allan Poe’s family estate in Perth.

Enjoy.

 


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