About

“a delicate nature that is delightfully styled…sweet and sentimental yet made up of substance and reckoning”

– U&I Music Magazine

“so unassuming…could really get under your skin”

– Donna Legge, BBC Radio 1

“take me away on a string-laden trip of escapism…like you’re slipping into a (voluntary!) drug-induced deep sleep, it’s pretty gorgeous musically…Square Revolution (Dave Thomas) slowly sculpts an emotive soundscape for us to drift off into while he lays our happy heads down to sleep”

– Remy’s Music and FIlm Blog

“I’m 100% definite that there is a whole country ready to fall in love with this music”, “great voice”, “very deep thought provoking lyrics”

– Edel Dooley, Beat FM

Square Revolution is the pseudonym of Dublin-based singer-songwriter/producer Dave Thomas.

The first full length Square Revolution album will be released on 30th October 2015 – the follow-up to the debut release: Quartet EP.

Co-produced with Ian McDonnell (Eomac, Lakker), the self-titled Square Revolution album blends live instruments and electronic elements creating an ambient backdrop to Dave’s vocals.

Square Revolution’s music has received national radio exposure on stations such as RTE Radio 1, BBC Northern Ireland and Newstalk FM.  Newstalk FM featured Square Revolution as an in-studio musical guest on their Arts & Culture show, “The Green Room”.

A winner of the all-Ireland Slogadh music competition as a teenager, and an active composer and live performer since then, Dave Thomas continued his musical education via a Master’s degree in Music and Media Technologies at Trinity College.

Square Revolution’s live shows range from solo acoustic performances by Dave to full-band shows featuring a revolving line-up of guest musicians.

Dave is a regular performer at the esteemed Ruby Sessions in Doyle’s of College Green and has also had the pleasure of headlining the evening.

Square Revolution, in both solo and group mode, has also played in venues such as Whelan’s and The Sugar Club, as well as opening for renowned acts including The Cribs & Oliver Cole.

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