Into Paradise were an alternative-rock band from Dublin, Ireland, and were originally called Backwards Into Paradise (1986-88). Their key members included Dave Long and Rachel Tighe. They began their recording life with the then-tiny Irish label, Setanta, home of Divine Comedy. Their first album was 'Under The Water' which sold modestly, before the major-label intervention by Ensign and the release of 'Churchtown' in 1991. Produced by ex-Sound lynch-pin, Adrian Borland, its related singles failed to sell with 'Burns My Skin' being banned from domestic radio due to the Gulf War.