b. Dublin, Eire. Irish singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Marc Carroll produced an immediate influence with the discharge of his 2002 single debut Ten Of Swords, an record that showed his mastery of several designs and unerring nasal area for an excellent melody series. Carroll have been focusing on the music picture for quite some time before the discharge of Ten Of Swords. Elevated in Eire, Carroll spent the majority of his period shifting between London and Dublin for the fringes of achievement with initial the Puppy Appreciate Bombers and pop rock clothing the Human hormones. Despite creating a visitor appearance with an episode of best US sitcom Close friends (the main one featuring the marriage of Ross), the Human hormones never were able to make the discovery their enchanting hook-laden pop deserved. Carroll branched from his own in the beginning of the brand-new millennium, recording single material that could find its method onto Ten Of Swords. The record saw Carroll shifting very easily between jangly Byrds-style pop tracks (‘Crashpad Amount’ and ‘You Saved MY ENTIRE LIFE (Again YESTERDAY EVENING)’, rock and roll (‘Idiot Globe’) and traditional folk (‘Satan, Your Kingdom Must Arrive Down’), enabling his instrumental dexterity and songwriting acumen to become highlighted to great impact. The lost tracks and rarities collection All Wrongs Reversed premiered by Carroll’s record label Evangeline the next year. The record featured the enchanting Brian Wilson tribute ‘Mr Wilson’ and an extraordinary cover edition of Bob Dylan’s ‘Gates Of Eden’.