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- Me, Myself, and I
- The Flamebird, or 'The Death of Chief Flamebird' to give their full name, burst onto the scene in the winter of 2004/2005. Fuelled by what the band modestly described as their 'sun-eclipsingly brilliant talent that would make God himself weep with inadequacy', the band came up with thier first classic song, 'Colly, where's the love?'. An epic ballad of friendship betrayed, 'Colly, where's the love?' often left audiences often as large as 3 people speechless. The Flamebird followed their first smash hit with the song that would come to define them, the timeless 'Stevie's got a knife', a tribute to world class knife fighter, Steven McIlvanna. A slew of instant classics followed, each more instant and classic than the last. The band are currently on a brief hiatus to pursue solo projects, with Bernard 'Death' Mallon rumoured to be deeply involved with drugs, Daniel 'Chief' Fahy pursuing a masters degree in Hobo studies and Brendan 'Flamebird' Foy being taken abroad for legal reasons
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