Following the Undertones split up, Sean (formerly referred to as John) O’Neill and fellow Derry DJ Reámann O’Gormain formed That Petrol Feeling, with Sean’s brother and Undertones bandmate Damian O’Neill joining on bass following the band transferred to Britain. While these were even more politically focused and noisier compared to the Undertones, they were able to maintain their previous band’s full of energy, melodic kick. Making use of their first recording, Manic Pop Thrill, That Petrol Feelings became critics’ favorites, in addition to earning a good following within the U.K. Over time, their music continued to be endlessly varied, incorporating components of every design of 3rd party guitar rock. Sometimes, their albums had been wildly uncohesive as a result of this, however they were able to turn in many excellent tracks on each record. Sean remaining the music group after their third recording, End from the Millennium Psychosis Blues. The recording showed indications that That Petrol Emotion’s exuberant variety was starting to put on slim; their next albums demonstrated that these were operating out of what to state. After eight years, That Petrol Feelings split up in 1994.