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In 2002, Whelan created a new band, Jerry Fish & The Mudbug Club with a new style and musical presence. Whelan describes their music as swampadelic and smoozhy with it being noted for its use of brass instruments and jazzy style. They released one album in 2002, which included guests such as Mundy and Damien Rice, winning a Meteor Irish Music Award for Best Country/Roots Artist. They were also nominated for Album of the Year. The album "Be Yourself" has been described as "genius" by music magazines. The band have most recently played the V Festival, Glastonbury, Oxegen festivals as well as their sell out shows at Dublin's Vicar Street and the Olympia, a stage which in the past has seen Lou Reed, Radiohead and REM to name but a few.
‘The Beautiful Untrue’, their last album, was released in Ireland on 24 April 2009.