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The Aftermath are an Irish mod/pop rock band, currently based in Mullingar. Leading the line up are brothers Johnny (guitar, keys, vocals) and Michael Cronin (drums, percussion, samples, vocals), who are originally from Longford but raised in Leeds. The rest of the band is made up of Mullingar guitarist Justin McNabb and bassist Martin Gray. The Aftermath released their debut album Friendlier Up Here in 2008.
LEEDS-IRISH band The Aftermath bring their north of England take on alternative and mod rock to Monroe’s Live tomorrow at 11pm.
LEEDS-IRISH mod-rock band The Aftermath, are on the road touring Ireland and they take in Monroe’s Live with a show tonight.
Mullingar based outfit, The Aftermath, will be returning to Danny Byrnes, Mullingar on Sunday October 24.
The Aftermath take a break from recording their sophomore album with a couple of shows across Ireland in June and July. The band have been holed up in their own Transmission Rooms studio for a month with producers Ger McDonnell and Karl Odlum working on the follow up to debut Friendlier Up Here. The first single from these sessions, ‘Lost Possession’, will be released in early August.
The Aftermath return to Ireland after a successful UK tour which saw then feature on BBC’s Tom Robinson and Radcliff and Maconie shows for the final release of debut album Friendlier Up Here.