Vox Pop Media are delighted to be representing The Aftermath in Northern Ireland.
The band have just released their brand new single In Loneliness Lives Love and are now available for press and radio opportunities.
“Proper celtic soul!”
“I’ve liked this from the first play, a very strong song”
(John Creedon, RTE Radio 1)
The band consists of brothers Johnny (guitar, keys, vocals) and Michael Cronin (drums, percussion, samples, vocals), both of whom are originally from Longford but raised in Leeds as well as Mullingar guitarist, Justin McNabb and bassist Martin Gray.
The Aftermath released their debut album, Friendlier Up Here on 25 April 2008. They have had three singles enter the Irish singles chart, all inside the Top 20; “One is Fun/Are You Not?” spent two weeks in the chart and peaked at number eleven, “Hollywood Remake/Need” also spent two weeks in the chart and peaked at number nineteen, whilst latest single “All I Want is For You to Be Happy” spent a week in the chart at number thirteen.
The Aftermath’s new single features a who’s who of Irish musicians – Steve Wickham (The Waterboys) Violin, Helen Turner (Paul Weller) Keys, Tosh Flood (Pugwash) Guitar and Vocals, Ger McDonnell Vibes and Karl Odlum (The Frames) Piano.
To accompany this, a wonderful, partially animated video directed by Marc Corrigan who directed the award winning “Ants” video for Ham Sandwich.
The track is available on iTunes now.
Friday 9th March – Cassidys Bar, @3 Westmoreland St, Dublin. Free entry
Saturday 10th March – Daly Bar, Mullingar. Free entry
Sunday 25th March – The Mercintile, Dublin. Free entry
Friday 30th March – Katy Dalys, Gory, Co Wexford. €5 on the door.
Thursday 26th April – The Crane Lane, Cork City. Free entry
More info: www.facebook.com/theaftermathband.com