Carrolls Irish Gifts has announced an exciting collaboration with the internationally acclaimed Irish band, The High Kings.
As part of this collab, the Irish retailer will exclusively sell the band’s recently released vinyl record, “The Road Not Taken,” on their website and across their 15 iconic stores.
Carrolls Irish Gifts is well-known for promoting Irish culture and supporting local talent with 75% of their products coming from Irish suppliers.
The album was officially launched on Friday, June 23rd, and to celebrate this momentous occasion, The High Kings performed live at Carrolls’ flagship stores on Grafton Street and Westmoreland Street on Sunday the 25th.
Fans had the opportunity to enjoy an electrifying performance while purchasing signed copies of the vinyl – creating an unforgettable experience for all in attendance.
‘The Road Not Taken’ sees the very best of Irish music coming together for the first time ever, in celebration of Irish folk music. The album is co-written and produced with some of Ireland’s most prolific and popular artists including the Script, Kodaline, Picture This, Ryan Sheridan, J C Stewart, Wild Youth and many more. The Road not taken also features appearances from Steve Perry (Journey), Sharon Corr and more.
Speaking about the announcement, CEO of Carrolls Irish Gifts, Peter Hyland said: “We are thrilled to have The High Kings’ remarkable album, ‘The Road Not Taken,’ exclusively available in our stores and online.
“At Carrolls Irish Gifts, we are committed to supporting Irish culture and businesses, and this partnership exemplifies our dedication to promoting talented Irish artists.
“We believe that music is a powerful medium to connect people with the rich heritage and spirit of Ireland.”
Carrolls Irish Gifts has also launched official band merchandise, including two exclusive t-shirts featuring the band’s iconic logo and artwork. ‘The Road Not Taken’ is available online at www.carrollsirishgifts.com and in their stores for €30.
To learn more about the partnership visit https://www.carrollsirishgifts.com/the-high-kings.html
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