A residency in a small underground club, 2 guitars, bar stools and a glass of whiskey at the side is what is needed for music like this. Cormac’s Northern Irish lilt gives each story that additional layer of warmth and the songs themselves just ooze emotion.
We were very conscious that it wasn’t going to be everybody’s cup of tea and it would turn a few heads, but I suppose that shock factor element was partly intentional.
With their 5th album about to be released and the tenth anniversary of their acclaimed debut ‘Rise’ upon us as well, it’s already shaping up to be a great year for Northern Ireland’s The Answer. To tell us a little about what they have in store for fans and what the new album ‘Raise A Little Hell’ means to them, Myglobalmind spoke to front man Cormac Neeson.