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When Cork based Indie band REMMA burst on to the music scene in 2004 it was a dream start by any standards. What was to follow surpassed even their wildest expectations and included an acoustic set at Lillies Bordello, support to artists which included The Proclaimers, The Frank & Walters, Paddy Casey, Ruby Horse + TV & radio appearances and the inclusion of one of the band’s demo tracks “Worry Young” on an NME compilation CD “Songs To Save Your Life” which was compiled by none other than the legendary “Morrissey”. REMMA were signed by “Morrissey” to “Attack Records” ( his signature label within Sanctuary Records) which saw their debut EP “Worry Young” released in the US & Europe to critical acclaim and followed with Morrissey supports at London’s Earls Court Arena & Dublin’s Point Depot.

Remma released their single "Worry Young" in October, 2004 via Attack Records.

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Remma are a four piece band formed in Cork, Ireland in 2003. The band consists of brothers Shane O' Herlihy ( Vocals, Guitar ) and Colm O' Herlihy ( Guitar ) with Darren O' Driscoll ( Drums ) .

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