Releasing an album independently in the middle of a pandemic is no small task.

So the fact that Saint Sister's second album 'Where I Should End' cracked the Irish Top 10 just one week after its release is doubly impressive.

The Northern Irish duo's new album landed in at number 7 in the charts after a week of positive reviews and clever marketing, which saw them open up their own pop-up shop on Dublin's Drury Street to sell the album and merch. They even played an impromptu gig on the street outside for fans at one point.

Now, Morgan and Gemma are celebrating the album's success by  putting together a live stream where the band will play through the album in its entirety.

They'll be accompanied by a six-piece band and guest vocalist Lisa Hannigan, and it will be performed totally live this Thursday, July 8th. There will be two concerts - one at 8pm Irish time and another at midnight. - and it will be filmed in Dublin venue The Complex.

The stream will be free to watch on YouTube, but the band is asking fans to donate the price of the ticket, so that they can finance a tour in 2022 - and it's been nearly two years since they played a show.

You'll find a link to the livestream here.