Twins Ellie and Louise Macnamara aka Heathers found instant international success with their first album 'Here, Not There' , an acoustic-only project which was released through Warner Music Ireland in 2010 and featured the #1 hit 'Remember When' .
In the following years, the duo continued at pace their non-stop rise internationally, building on the hugely successful release of their Choice Music nominated second album 'Kingdom' ; produced by Max Dingel (White Lies, Killers) and the success of their 2016 singles 'November' ; & 'Call Home'. 2017 saw the release of the exquisite indietronica track Midnight Train with legendary producer Liam Howe (Lana Del Ray, Marina & The Diamonds, Ellie Goulding).
Heathers have also experienced tremendous success in the world of Film & TV, with 'Forget Me Knots' and the highly evocative 'Listen Don’t Speak' both featured in the same episode of 90210 on CBS in the US. This followed other placements of their music on the hit US TV show Mob Wives on VH1, as well as The Voice, X Factor, Waterloo Road and various other well known shows in the UK. During this period, the duo signed deals with Universal Music Publishing, Sony Music Canada, Sony Red, & Warner Music Germany.
2014 also marked a particularly special occasion when Heathers were invited to perform for Steven Spielberg and JJ Abrams at the latter Hollywood director’s Oscar party in Santa Monica as part of a wider tour of the US. Abrams quoted after the event; "this year, Dublin band Heathers played (at the pre-Oscars party) and my daughter is just nuts about them. We haven’t stopped listening to them since!"