They came to prominence in the noughties, with Damien Rice leaving the band, but leading to no lack of success for them: They released hits such as ‘Rocky took a lover’, ‘Flame’ and ‘Blue Lights On The Runway’ and are often been compared to bands like Talking Heads.
I caught up with Roy Duffy, frontman for Dublin Junk-Rock band Squarehead and asked him about his experience in the band, what they’ve done and what they intend to do next.
While ‘O’ was still raw, and ‘9’ simply twisted the knife, Rice releases his latest after a long period of inactivity, and as the album clearly shows, a long period of self reflection. You can see a progression here from where he was, jealous and bitter at her moving on, to a man blaming himself…
I catch up with In Their Thousands’ frontman Declan McClafferty to ask him a few questions about the band and their work.