Forget-Me-Nots, an indie-pop band from Dublin were active during the early years of the 90s. The line up featured Michelle Burrows and Eithne Flynn on vocals supported by Maurice McGrath , Mark Walsh and Justin Healy . Burrows and McGrath had played music together in the 1980s, and Healy had previously played with The Golden Horde and The Glee Club. Burrows and Flynn met at college where they were both studying video and film-making, and their harmony vocals gave the band a distinctive sound that set them apart. The band released several singles in the finest jangle-pop tradition.
The first of these releases was the '2 Fay Ray' EP, featuring the lead track 'So Good'. This was followed by 'Trouble' and 'Soap Singer's Beat' before the band released their debut album 'Hullabaloo' in 1992 on Columbia/Sony records. While the album was well received, the band didn't achieve the level of success expected and they soon parted company with the label. The quartet went on to release perhaps their finest song, 'Five O'Clock' train in 1994, on edible records, before splitting up.
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