The self-called "Dublin folk miscreants", Lankum, were big winners at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards at Belfast's Waterfront Hall on Wednesday, winning two awards on the night.
Mark Radcliffe calls them ‘a turning point in folk… [the] authentic voice of the streets’.
The quartet also won Best Original Track for their song The Granite Gaze, receiving the award from folk music great Ralph McTell.
Lankum will be playing on Friday the 18th of May at St George's Church. For more information, see the event page.