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|Origin||Brisbane, Dublin, Galway|
Superjimenez is the name of a four-piece indie rock band based in Dublin, Ireland.
The line-up features Ronan Cunningham (Vox & Guitar), Daz Coen (Drums), Nick O'Laoire (Bass), and Rhys Domagala (Guitar & Piano). Although based in Dublin, the band members hail from a wide geographic including Dublin, Galway, and Brisbane. Inspired by very divergent influences from The Beatles to Bach, the Superjimenez sound, quoted frequently under the umbrella of pop/rock, is unique and energetic.
2006 has seen the group perform steadily across Ireland including an appearance at the prestigious Oxegen Festival as well as headline shows in venues including Whelans, Dublin and the Róisín Dubh in Galway.
Their debut single 'Helicopters' remained in the Top 40 of the Irish Chart for 5 weeks reaching a high of #20 in its second week of release.
|Title||Release date||Peak Chart Position||Details|
|Helicopters - CD single||April 7, 2006||20||Produced by Liam Mulvaney/Superjimenez - Mixed by Adrian Bushby for This Much Talent. B-Side: Come Out To Play.|
|Beau - CD single||November 10, 2006||To be released||Produced & Mixed by Adrian Bushby for This Much Talent. Limited Edition featuring Helicopters Video. B-Side: Somebody There|