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Acclaimed Irish act The Walls have been added to the bill for U2's second Slane Castle show in September.

The Walls formed in September 1998 when Joe and Steve Wall recruited Carl Harms, a Liverpudlian musician and programmer and Rory Doyle, a drummer from Dublin. They released their acclaimed debut album 'Hi-Lo' last year.

Joe and Steve Wall were best known for their previous incarnation The Stunning, a band who had had two number one albums and a string of hit singles in Ireland.

You can download The Walls's latest single Bone Deep for free from their website - and find out more about this exciting act ahead of Slane II.

Visit www.thewalls.ie

U2's English dates which begin this weekend, feature an eclectic mix of support acts including JJ72, Kelis, Nelly Furtado and PJ Harvey.

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