Cronin is the brainchild of brothers Jonathon and Michael Cronin. Leaving Ireland in the last recession in the early 90's to live in the North of England shaped their musical influences, style and aspirations. Since returning to Ireland 10 years ago they have set up their own recording studio, Transmission Rooms in Longford, recording and releasing acclaimed singles and albums under the moniker ‘The Aftermath’, gaining features on 2 major motion pictures amongst other career-building sync.
Heavily associated and acquainted with the likes of Pete Doherty, Bono, Johnny Depp, Nick Cave, and Shane MacGowan, the band have had a busy few years preparing their debut album.The album has been a labour of love over 3 years for the band based around Leeds/Irish brother Johnny and Mick Cronin along with Brian Murphy and Fiachra Milner. Recorded in their own Transmission Rooms studio with long term collaborators Ger McDonnell (U2, Manics, Dexys), Karl Odlum (The Frames, Fionn Regan) and string arranger Terry Edwards (PJ Harvey,Tindersticks).
"It is quite a retro album and we hold our hands up to that. The influence of our hero's is all over it for everyone to hear. we sort of had to get these fantasies out of our system before we can move on as songwriters.' Mick Cronin reflects.
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