The Remedy Club are Aileen Mythen (vocals & percussion) & Kj McEvoy (guitar & vocals). They’re Irish. They live in Wexford. They’re married. To each other.
They play what can only be described as American music, countryish mainly, a little bluesy here and there. Renowned journalist Jackie Hayden has described their music as ‘a marriage of folk and country with a hint of the blues with delicious harmonies and nimble guitar playing’. Call it Americana, call it roots, call it country, it’s all on their new album ‘Lovers, Legends and Lost Causes’ – their first release under the new name The Remedy Club (they released two albums under the previous name). It consists of 11 original songs and the title refers to the songs therein, some about love, some about legends and some about lost causes. They recorded the album in Gorey, Co. Wexford and it was mixed by 5 time grammy award winning producer and engineer Ray Kennedy (Steve Earle, Lucinda Williams and Willie Nelson) and Mark Petaccia who has worked with the likes of Jason Isbell, Lindi Ortega and others.