Worry Young EP





When Smiths legend Morrissey signed to the resuscitated Attack Records earlier this year, part of his deal gave him A&R control over the label. He immediately inked his friend Nancy Sinatra, but he also went out and hit the clubs and discovered the wondrous Remma. A super-young Irish quintet (all members range in age from 16-20), Remma have released their debut for Attack, the Worry Young EP. Coming across as a mix between a guitarier Coldplay meets Irish acts of times past like Frank and Walters or a male-fronted Cranberries,  Remma combines chiming and crunchy guitar lines from Colm O’Herlihy with frontman (and brother) Shane’s golden-throated tones. All three tunes ooze quality, from the title track, as heard on Player .056, to the decidedly more uptempo “Sincerity,” to the melancholic EP closer, “Conversations Getting Old.” With age on their side, and handful of ultra-quality tunes already under their belt, Remma are well on their way to proving that not only can Moz record excellent music, but he knows it when he hears it, as well.

Remma
Attack/Sanctuary

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Worry Young EP