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Kilmaine Saints




The Good, The Plaid and The Ugly

THANK YOU for taking the time to check us out! We are a Celtic Rock/Punk band based out of Harrisburg, PA. Formed in 2009, our goal was to have some fun and get free beer around St. Pat's...MISSION ACCOMPLISHED!

Since then, the band has grown beyond anything we could have imagined. We've been fortunate enough to play hundreds of shows from New Jersey to California. We've played festivals with bands like Dropkick Murphy's, Flogging Molly, Flatfoot 56 (hell...even Vanilla Ice).

We've released 7 albums/EPs, the latest being Same Again Tomorrow (our best yet)! We earned endorsement deals with Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey and Demon Seed Whiskey. We've even had our own beer, Cill Mheain Stout!

The great thing is we are still growing...socials are growing, CDs are selling out, and crowds are getting bigger.

To welcome you into our world, we want to give you a FREE copy of our first album 

The Good, The Plaid and The Ugly!

This is the album that started it all for us. From the opening bagpipes in "Amazing Grace" to the rowdy close of "Pog Mo Thoin", this album immediately put Kilmaine Saints on the Celtic Punk map. All we ask is you cover the postage and handling.

"One of my favourite bands and one that all the writers here would agree is and has been one of the best and not only that but it is widely agreed that when the definitive history of Celtic-Punk is put to paper then the Kilmaine Saints will have one or maybe two of the best Celtic-Punk albums and maybe even a third as well!"- London Celtic Punk


"While they have fantastic studio releases, not enough can be said about their live shows.  If The Kilmaine Saints come to your neck of the woods get out and see them, I promise you will enjoy it!  Much like whiskey The Kilmaine Saints are best enjoyed in copious amounts!"

“An album to own from a band that have broken away from the pack to join the big boys.”-Shite N' Onions

“My 6 year old daughter really loved you guys and ended up in major trouble because she was singing 'Raise a shot, raise a pint, put your arms around your mate cuz we're the noisy drunken bastards called the Kilmaine Saints' at school”-Anonymous but proud parent


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