Iroha is an experimental rock band from Birmingham, England formed by former Final member Andy Swan featuring Jesu bassist Diarmuid Dalton and former Rumblefish and Low Art Thrill member, Dominic Crane.
Andy Swan (Guitar/Vocals) was an original member of Final, an experimental electronics outfit from Birmingham, England. Formed as a duo in 1983, Final also featured Justin Broadrick who went on to be a member of Napalm Death and Head of David before forming the highly influential Godflesh. Final were joined on some recordings by Napalm Death founding member , Nicholas Bullen, who also went on to form Scorn. After leaving Final in 1985, Swan switched his attention to the dance scene for the next decade before forming Iroha in 2008.
Diarmuid Dalton (Bass), an original member of Cable Regime also plays bass in Jesu.
Dominic Crane (Guitar/Vocals) was an original member of Rumblefish who released a self titled album on Atlantic Records imprint East West Records in 1992 and reached No. 34 in the Indie Charts with "Tug Boat Line".
Signed to Denovali Records in 2010, Iroha's first release was a split EP with French artist Fragment. entitled "Bittersweet" and was described by The Sleeping Shaman as "a perfectly balanced, heartbreaking, yet life-affirming, piece of modern music".
Iroha's debut self-titled album was released by Denovali Records in February 2011 followed in September 2011 by a four track EP entitled 'End of an Era'.
Iroha's second album, "Shepherds & Angels", was released on 7 December 2012 via Denovali Records.