At first, he forgot small things: where he had put the car keys, the way home from the shops. He could also be quite an angry, road-ragey driver." Here, Wheeler smiles wryly at the recollection of his father livid behind the wheel.Then it was big things: family members, his own identity. "But after he stopped working, he had a big heart-bypass operation, and that changed him.Inspired while being snowed in that winter, the contemplative singer/songwriter who performs as Emmy and the lead singer of Northern Ireland’s effervescent pop-rock group Ash came up , attention moves to alternative tunes and in a crowded market, their ‘Zombie Christmas’ has shown the novelty single is far from dead.On a stage liberally decorated with tinsel and fairy lights, matched by themed dress in the crowd (both Santas and undead), the pair aim for a party vibe, something swiftly achieved thanks to Wheeler’s buzz-pop guitar.It featured six main cast members: Rachel Green (Jennifer Aniston), Phoebe Buffay (Lisa Kudrow), Joey Tribbiani (Matt Le Blanc), Chandler Bing (Matthew Perry), Ross Geller (David Schwimmer) and Monica Geller (Courteney Cox).Many celebrities guest starred on the series throughout its ten-year run.
She says the moniker came about when "[she] wanted to be a backing singer and [...] wanted to have something to hand to people...
The album's lead single "Iris" was released as a digital download on 29 April 2011.
Speaking of the album's recording process, Moss said that, "It's been a very strange few months, and I can’t wait to make a record of them".
Perceptive fans of the Christmas genre, they exude a glow of warm comfort in familiar styles, especially the Phil Spectorish bubblegum of ‘Marshmallow World’ and the bruised girl-group pout of ‘(Don’t Call Me) Mrs Christmas’.
This is a fine example of the wit they bring, though much detail gets lost as Moss struggles to be heard against Wheeler and the band.