Dea Matrona are a rock trio from Belfast who formed
in 2018, their mutual love of classic rock and bands
such as Fleetwood Mac, Led Zeppelin and The Beatles,
sparked a musical chemistry between the three that continues
to blossom into their own originals.
They recently played a three day stint at The Cavern
Club in Liverpool each to a packed out audience and
have also put on headline shows in Whelan's (Dublin)
and in Black Box (Belfast) which sold out. They have
played the main stage at Dalriada Festival, Harmony
Live, Sunflowerfest and Belfast's Culture Night. They
have supported acts such as Feeder, Fun Lovin' Criminals
and Nathan Carter and played in The Waterfront Hall
supporting Flash Harry. Don Felder (Eagle's Guitarist)
commented of the group 'Pretty damn good girls, you
got it!' A video of the girls performing went viral
on Twitter which received praise from Irish music legends
Imelda May and Jim Corr (The Corrs) as well as boxers
Carl Frampton and Michael Conlan. The girls have reached
over half a million views on Facebook videos a number
The band consists of sisters Mollie McGinn and Mamie
McGinn as well as life long friend Orláith Forsythe.
The youthful energy combined with their technical ability
beyond their years is what continues to win over audiences.