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Bressie's Teenage Kicks was so well-received last night that it's still trending on Twitter

Teenage dreams, so hard to beat.

LAST NIGHT, THE first episode of Bressie’s Teenage Kicks aired on RTÉ 2. It was the first part of a three-part series that will see Bressie attempt to form a band comprised of young people from Limerick city.

The first episode saw Bressie visit Moyross and hold auditions for the band.

Source: RTÉ2/YouTube

While it’s easy to be a little bit sceptical about such a concept, the programme appears to have been very well-received by viewers. In fact, it’s still trending in Ireland this morning.

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People loved it.

They wanted it all immediately.

Emotions were felt.

The show’s depiction of working-class teenagers was praised.

While others were pleased with how it portrayed Limerick.

Everyone was weirdly inspired by a speech given by one of The Rubberbandits.

Admittedly some people did struggle with the accents.

And, of course, there were heart eye emojis directed at Bressie.

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