PictureHouse celebrate BBC Radio 2 Playlist with The Rules of Science

The new single by the popular Irish band Picturehouse “Rules of Science” has been playlisted by BBC Radio 2, the largest radio station in the UK. It’s a massive boost for the band who’ve received all sorts of plaudits since their latest album Evolution was released in Ireland last Summer.”Rules of Science” will be released on the PHRC label owned by the band on March 17th. The single version of the song is produced by Adam Kviman (Jewel, Eagle Eye Cherry) in Sweden and Mixed by Pete Glenister (Alison Moyet, Annie Lennox, Bryan Ferry and Tiny Tempah) in London.

Described by mainman Dave Browne as is a song which has at it’s heart “the message of hope against despair “I will find you” no matter what the circumstances, even rules of science will be broken”, Rules of Science was co-written by Browne with Lasse Anderson who music purists will know as the son of Abba’s Stig Anderson but also has a rich musical background himself having written Emilia’s Big Big World in 1998 amongst other europop hits.

Best known for the hit singles “Sunburst” which was a huge hit throughout Tipperary and indeed the whole country in 1998, “Heavenly Day”, “Everybody Loves My Girl”, “Somebody Somewhere”, the band toured extensively with the likes of The Corrs, The Saw Doctors, Bon Jovi, Meatloaf, Marillion, Mel C and many more earning them legions of fans including Elton John who bought 50 copies of the band’s Karmarama album for his friends and family after seeing them at a festival in London.


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