In October 2005, Couse & the Impossible gave you a bigger, brighter and (dare we say it) better album entitled, The World Should Know. The mid-September single Batman & Robin is a powerful poptastic tale of friendship which is set to dominate the airwaves. It's already been hailed as one of the finest Irish singles in years by Tom Dunne of Today FM and John Meagher of the Irish Independent and the album promises to scale the same heights!
Jollity has already received a 4 out 5 star review in the Irish Independent who also recently singled out Pugwash as being a cut above most bands on the current Irish scene.The band were invited by Ryan Tubridy for a live session on his RTE Radio 1 morning show at the end of August 2005, and their 3 songs received a great response. Tubridy called them "the band of the summer" and has given great support. More television and radio appearances are scheduled this coming Autumn
Over the course of the last few years The Pale have collaborated with a number of different artists and their main strength as a group is that they always think outside the box. As the group have toured they have added and subtracted instruments and players to the line-up. The mainstay of the group has remained to be the unique sound conjured up by Matthew and Shane.