The Regulars: The goal is to be full time musicians and to be signed to a record label. This goal inspires us to keep practicing and writing new material.

Name: The Regulars

Instagram Handle/Username: @theregularsirl

Introduce Yourself/Tell About Yourself: We are The Regulars, a teenage rock band from Co. Roscommon, Ireland. We recently released our debut EP entitled “Damson” on YouTube and streaming services including Spotify.

What Inspires You Every day? : The goal is to be full time musicians and to be signed to a record label. This goal inspires us to keep practicing and writing new material.

What is some words of wisdom you live by?: It doesnt matter what people think or say about you, as long as you are doing what makes you happy and your enjoying yourself while doing it.

What is your ultimate goal in life? : To become successful musicians. This has been our dream since day one.

How have you been during the pandemic and how has it affected you? : We weren’t able to practice and our recording was slowed down. We didnt think we would get our recording done because of school but we did and were really pleased with the result.

What is a positive message you would like to give others? : No matter what happens keep persevering, you never know what might happen if you do.

What questions would you like to ask others?: What keeps them motivated and what they think it takes to become successful.

Published by TNWTL MOVEMENT

Jeremy Manning -Owner of TNWTL MOVEMENT Corp -Owner Of Palomade

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