Stuart Doyle has been around for a while. Hotpress magazine described a previous band, Yukina, as "maybe Ireland's answer to Alabama 3" but nothing came of it. Career highlights include playing Vicar St with Cathy Davey for Other Voices, being supported by Republic Of Loose in Eamonn Doran's, working with musical director Stephen Rennicks on the music for Lenny Abrahamson's movie 'Frank' (recording Michael Fassbender and Jack White's drummer, Carla Azar, incidently getting Fassbender to "clench like you've never clenched before"), editing drums on Mundy's Moon Is A Bullet Hole EP, and managing The Salty Dog Stage at Electric Picnic which includes playing with the Salty Dog No Stars, the classic album band who grace the Salty every year and who brought their Bowie set to the Dublin Bowie Festival three years running.
With this project he brings some country rock blues to shore with The Ballad of Adam & Eve. A graduate of BIMM Dublin, Stu has teamed up with bassists Paul Murphy and Alice Grollero, drummer Danni Nolan, Ian Kelly on guitars, Danny McCormack on banjo with contributions from Ali Conde on Piano, Alan Sheridan and Scott Davis on mandolin and vocalist Áine de Siún for a wander through the four Mediterranean Seas.