Tipperary-born Gemma left university and signed to a record label and, after a couple of EPs, a debut album 'Night On My Side' in 2002. She was nominated for the UK's prestigious Mercury Music prize.
In the summer of 2004, with a bunch of new tracks, Gemma headed to the sunshine of Los Angeles to record with drummer and producer Joey Waronker.
Gemma was back – and with a stunning new album 'The Roads Don't Love You'.
'The Hollow of Morning' was released on 2008 and is now followed by the EP called "Oliver" (released on March 2009).