MINE ROAD fire up the Snowplough

FROM next month’s debut album, ‘Tomorrow’s Sky,’ Irish rockers MINE ROAD have just released their first single, ‘Snowplough.’

“This essence of the song is about loss, the feeling of being covered by a blanket of snow, with the negative aspect in life being the snow itself,” said guitarist, Stuart Cash.

“We wanted to write a song to combat those negative emotions and try to get a positive take on the negative things in life, all the while finding strength to plough through to the other side.”

The band – brothers Stuart and Steve Cash [drums], vocalist Ken Carthy, and guitarist Dave Flood – released ‘Satellite,’ a four-track EP in 2012, followed by a hiatus as Stuart moved to Sydney, soon after its release.

But songwriting tentatively began once again as the two brothers traded ideas between continents, with Steve based in New York. A Dublin return in 2019 opened the possibility of the MINE ROAD revival with Carthy and Flood returning to the fold.

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