The Prongs have walked off the pages of John Fleming’s lost 1980s novel The Now Now Express, having previously only existed on an imaginary cassette belonging to four imaginary ex-pats living in imaginary squalor in 80s London. But it could be anywhere the Irish have set foot in search of honest toil or existentialist insight.
Edgy post-punk music and literate, spoken lyrics provide mood music for inverse ambition. The Prongs are the fake stars of a sociological fresco. Literary. Post-modern. Post-punk. Poignant and catchy.
With music by Niall Toner jr and Words by Fleming, The Prongs present an epic new-wave sound-poem in honour of lost youth and cast-off innocence.
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Design consultancy, conceptual guidance, videography – Dave Clifford
John Fleming – Stanzas and stances
Niall Toner Jr – Telecaster, tech and posturing
Ray Boyle – guitars
Paul O’Brien – drums
Darragh McCarthy – bass guitar
Darragh O’Kelly – keyboards and synths
Elliot Murphy – cello
John Fleming is an award-winning radio-playwright, filmmaker, and novelist from Dublin. Niall Toner is a musician and writer from Dublin. Dave Clifford is a performance artist, filmmaker and conceptualist from Dublin.
Project Arts Centre is proudly supported by The Arts Council and Dublin City Council.