The last few months have seen some special one-off gigs take place in unusual venues under the 'Other Voices: Courage' banner.
In the absence of live gigs and festivals, performances by the likes of Denise Chaila and GodKnows at the National Gallery, Lisa Hannigan (also at the National Gallery) The Murder Capital at the Guinness Storehouse and Saint Sister and Crash Ensemble's gig at the Guildhall in Derry.
However, last night saw Fontaines DC play a set in the historic Kilmainham Gaol, and it was really quite special.
Apart from providing us with a little live music fix, each gig raises money for charity and last night's proceeds went to homeless charity Focus Ireland.
If you missed it, you can watch it below - and it's not too late to donate to Focus Ireland, either.
Here's what people are saying on social media...
— Joe Donnelly (@kildarejoe) July 14, 2020
Thank you Fontaines DC & co. Stunning set at Kilmainham Gaol. Good to see you back singing live and for a great cause. Fair play to all of you involved 🇮🇪 @fontainesdublin @OPWKilmainham #courage2020 @OtherVoicesLive @FocusIreland @tinyark @IMROireland pic.twitter.com/qS776N0jwU
— Tarik (@little_tariko) July 14, 2020
— Paul Donegan (@pdonegantweets) July 14, 2020
— G-Dog 🎩 (@garrethdunleavy) July 14, 2020
— Test Card Girl (@testcardgirl84) July 14, 2020
Fontaine’s DC in Kilmainham Gaol. @OtherVoicesLive once again reminding us that gigs are pretty much the most important things in the world and I can’t wait to get back to them.
In the meantime tho, you guys are doing outstanding work 💞 #Courage2020
— Alice Murphy (@iamalicemurphy) July 14, 2020
Of all the #Courage2020 gigs so far, this is the one that has made me want *so badly* to be in an enclosed space, bathed in other people’s droplets, having my ribcage rattled by giant bass vibrations and my ears blasted by slightly below dangerous decibel levels. https://t.co/FF664I5NBA
— Julie Kelleher (@seoid) July 14, 2020
— Bobby Sutts (@Bobbysutts13) July 14, 2020
— Sinead Troy (@ShinnersTroy) July 14, 2020