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Celtic punk rockers THE RUMJACKS premiere new video for “Rhythm Of Her Name”

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THE RUMJACKS have shared the video for ‘Rhythm Of Her Name.’ The track features on their new album ‘Hestia,’ which was released in March to widespread critical acclaim, and follows the announcement of an extensive UK and Ireland tour in 2022.

Vocalist Mike Rivkees (who also directed and edited the clip) says, “Rhythm of Her Name is one of those songs that only can arise out of tragedy. With ghastly undertones in both lyrics and video, the combination of the two has created some of my proudest work as both a songwriter and filmmaker. Being able to intertwine these to tell a full story (without giving away the song’s true meaning), has made this one really shine. ”

Met with praise from the likes of Kerrang!, Dead Press, Metal Talk, Fireworks and many more on release, ‘Hestia‘ has already garnered over two million streams on Spotify alone. A riotous and anthemic collection of infectious tracks, the album takes the energy of traditional folk music, lights it on fire, and sprinkles it with ash. Dark, gritty, and historically aware, this is music grounded in the character of the Rebel.

The band will be showcasing the new album across the UK and Ireland throughout January and February 2022. Starting with a date at Jimmy’s in Liverpool on January 25th, the band will be unleashing their renowned live energy on audiences across 24 dates, including a show at London’s Camden Underworld on February 12th.

When writing ‘Hestia’ (named after the Greek goddess of home and hearth), bandmembers Mike Rivkees (vocals), Johnny McKelvey (bass), Gabe Whitbourne (guitar), Adam Kenny (bouzouki/mandolin), and Pietro Della Sala (drums) applied their diverse American, Australian, Italian, and Irish perspectives to create a new, globalized iteration of the Celtic punk legacy dating back to The Pogues, with punk, ska, and hard rock influences pulsing through their veins.

Armed with an incredible new album and an incendiary live show, these are dates not to be missed. Tickets are on sale now and are available here.


25/01 – Jimmy’s, Liverpool
26/01 – Anarchy Brew Co., Newcastle
27/01 – Church, Dundee
28/01 – Slay, Glasgow
29/01 – Krakatoa, Aberdeen
01/02 – The Crescent, York
02/02 – The Musician, Leicester
03/02 – Katie Fitzgerald’s, Stourbridge
04/02 – Wroot Rocks, Wroot
05/02 – Waterloo, Blackpool
06/02 – O2 Academy2, Oxford
08/02 – Underground, Stoke On Trent
09/02 – Dick Whittington, Gloucester
10/02 – The Palladium Club, Bideford
11/02 – The Cobblestones, Bridgwater
12/02 – Camden Underworld, London
13/02 – Waterfront Studio, Norwich
15/02 – Star Inn, Guildford
16/02 – Patterns, Brighton
17/02 – The Joiners, Southampton
18/02 – Esquires, Bedford
19/02 – Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
24/02 – Whelans, Dublin
26/02 – Voodoo, Belfast

“Bands like Dropkick Murphys and The Pogues will always get mentioned when it comes to this band but neither of them has created an album this good”- Backseat Mafia

“A hugely enjoyable singalong monster”- Moshville Times

“Hugely energetic and catchy as hell. Old fans of The Rumjacks will love this album and there is no doubt it will attract a plethora of new ones too.”- Metal Talk

“Perfectly placed to lift the spirits after a year of lockdowns and sadness, this album is everything you want from a Celtic Punk band and more.”-

“The line-up change seems to have inspired a renewed burst of creativity and passion, and the band are playing like they are absolutely at the top of their game.” – Punk In Focus

“Hestia is an album not soon to be forgotten.”- Grimm Gent

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