Despite the band's claim to...|
Want to be "bigger than ever", it does feel like this is all more like a lifestyle business for them now. 20 years back, they were massively (although briefly) successful, beyond their wildest dreams and despite not offering a very mainstream sound.
They seized the St Patrick's day opportunity at just the right time, built up on it with the Dreams single, went on steadily by delivering both intensive touring and a more mainstream album (IB). This window closed a bit after their first hiatus and the 10 years break did not help. They may be aware they will never get back at the top they managed to reach 15 years back. They may not care all that much either, given their obviously genuine happiness when they perform live.
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