The Frank and Walters

The Frank and Walters

Cork-based indie band who formed in 1990, signing to Setanta Records (also the home of Divine Comedy, Into Paradise and Richard Hawley).

Key members include: Paul Linehan - bass and vocals, Kevin Pedreschi - guitar and Ashley Keating - drums.

Their early track, 'Fashion Crisis In New York', was a big indie chart success in 1991 although the Ian Broudie-produced 'After All' gave them a No 11 hit in the main UK singles chart.

They released their debut album, "Trains, Boats and Planes" in 1992, followed by: "Grand Parade" (1997), "Beauty Becomes More Than Life" (1999), "Glass" (2000), "Souvenirs" (2005), "A Renewed Interest in Happiness" (2006), "Greenwich Mean Time" (2012), plus 2016's: "Songs for the Walking Wounded".

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