Here was the most victoriously Boston Irish moment from last night’s Dropkick Murphys show

The right way to get you into a St. Patrick’s state of mind.

If you missed the Dropkick Murphys at House of Blues last night, no need to fret: they’ll be performing four more shows in Boston through St. Patrick’s weekend.

But if you’re still yearning to hear the punk rockers play their iconic “I’m Shipping up to Boston,’’ you’ll enjoy this moment from last night’s show. .

It’s an American Celtic band from Quincy playing an iconic song from The Departed with a troupe of step dancers. It doesn’t get much more Boston Irish than this.

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Fun fact: dancers from the family-run Forbes School of Irish Dance in Quincy are the official dancers of the Dropkick Murphys and the Boston Red Sox, according to their site. Dropkick’s singer Ken Casey told the Boston Irish Tourism Association was a student of the dance school.

Here are more pictures from last night’s performance at the House of Blues.

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