How did you meet and what’s the story behind your band name?
We all met in our old high school even management and all, so it’s been a long time in the making. We named the band after a street were we sort of originated, its called Clonmeen Drive.
How would you describe your music?
We played a gig in Belfast at the very start of the bands career and Stuart Bailie was in the crowd and he described us as “Rumble Beat Pop” that as always stuck, as time as went on though we’ve added abit of an alternative edge to things.
What have you been up to so far and what can we expect over the coming months?
Its been pretty busy over the last few months, signing our first deal, getting the EP ready and writing for the next, were also getting ready for some great shows in the UK & Europe shortly and then we will be going on tour at the end of the year in India with NH7 Festival.
If you could duet with anybody who would it be and why?
I think each of us would have someone different that we’d like to collaborate with and I’m sure that changes every week but I think that’s common now with music these days, it’s so accessible and there’s so much on offer that your opinion changes even with New and Old Artists.
What’s your desert island disc and why would you take this one album?
This may seem like a pretty obvious choice but I think Bob Marley Legend album, simply because Bob injected a lot of positivity into his music and that comes through in it and you’d certainly need abit of positivity being stuck on a desert island.