This Friday, August 26, history will be made, as three young lads from Mitchelstown will release their debut EP at a special event in The Yard Bar, Mitchelstown. 

‘Subject to Change’ were only formed in April of this year and already they have found their space in the pages of history, as they were the youngest and most newly formed band to gain a coveted performance slot at the Indiependence Music & Arts Festival over the August bank holiday weekend.

Made up of Cork lads Scott Fitzgerald (vocals), Colin Devaney (backing vocals and cahone) and Kevin O’Brien (lead vocals, song writer and lead guitar), like many Cork lads, they have a solid Tipperary man behind them, with Andrew Mackin from Ballyporeen as sound engineer and manager.


Despite their age (they are all between 16 and 17 years old and are still school-going), these lads have set their sights high and see themselves as becoming the next Oasis.

Their dreams are big, but they are already working really hard to achieve them and at this rate, they will be names to remember by this time next year.

The self-titled EP will be a precursor to the album, which they hope to release later this year and already, they have performed locally, as well as further afield in Longford.

The band are really excited about what the future might hold and said that they hope people will support the launch Friday night and come out and enjoy the music.

So remember, the EP launch takes place this Friday, August 26 at 9pm, entry is free, but alcohol will not be served to anyone under 18 (ID will be required) and EPs will be available to buy on the night, while branded Subject to Change T-shirts can be pre-ordered on the night.

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