Letterkenny, County Donegal
Constant Supply are an alternative rock/pop band from Donegal, Ireland, consisting of James Gillen(Vocals, Guitar), Conal Sweeney(Bass, Piano), Eoin Gildea(Guitar, Synths) and Justin McDaid(Drums). Together they create melodic compositions, driven along through light and dark alleyways by pulsing drums. Constant Supply released their debut album 'The Coast Ain't Clear' in 2013 and their sophomore album 'Ex Nihilo' in 2015. Dan Hegarty made both albums 'Album of the Week' on his 2FM radio show. They secured a slot on the Oxjam stage at Electric Picnic 2016 after being one of ten finalists in 2FM'S Play the Picnic competition. Constant Supply will release their third album 'Isn't Life Great' in 2018, which was once again co-produced and recorded by Tommy McLaughlin (Villagers, Soak). Steve Lamacq played the albums lead single 'Sanguine Lane' on BBC 6 Music.
'A rich palette of sound and colour' Goldenplec
'Excellent' Hot Press
'Album of the week' Dan Hegarty Show, 2FM
'Dan Hegarty's Irish albums of the year 2015 - Number 23'
'THE COAST AIN'T CLEAR'
'Constant Supply deliver a killer debut bristling with menace and melody' Alan Corr, RTE Ten
'Dark and dangerous debut from Donegal duo. It's well worth checking out' Hot Press
'An impressive, imaginative debut album' Goldenplec
'Album of The Week' Dan Hegarty Show, 2FM
'There’s a lot of juice in this album to soak up' Harmless Noise
'A terrific accomplishment' Indie Rock Cafe
'One of the most melodic debuts this year' Chew Your Own Fat, Best of the year so far
'Letterkenny-based duo armed with strong songs, sparkling arrangements and a drum machine' Jim Carroll, Irish Times
'Properly catchy' Celina Murphy, Hot Press, 'Daft Quotes' review
'Two men, one drum machine & no end of darkly compelling alt-rock' Darryl Sterdan, Winnipeg Sun, Canada
'Capo is an infectious alt-rock gem' Obscure Sound, 'Capo' review
'Delicious keys and fun riffs' Aoife Barry on 'Capo', The Irish Times
'Capo is indie-rock that takes them to the next level' The Sound of Confusion, 'Capo' review