Constant Supply are an alternative rock/pop band from Donegal, Ireland, consisting of James Gillen(Vocals, Guitar), Conal Sweeney(Bass, Piano), Eoin Gildea(Guitar, Synth) and Justin McDaid(Drums).
Together they create melodic compositions, driven along through light and dark alleyways by pulsing drums. Constant Supply released their debut album 'The Coast Ain't Clear' in 2013 and their sophomore album 'Ex Nihilo' in 2016. Dan Hegarty made both albums 'Album of the Week' on his 2FM radio show. They secured a slot on the Oxjam stage at Electric Picnic 2016 after being one of ten finalists in 2FM'S Play the Picnic competition. Constant Supply will release their third album 'Isn't Life Great' in 2019. The album was once again co-produced and recorded by Tommy McLaughlin (Villagers, Soak). Steve Lamacq played the albums lead single 'Sanguine Lane' on his BBC 6 Music Recommends show.