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If you can’t wait for next year, you can get the album from Hannigan’s website.
As for the ensuing decade: towards the conclusion of this rare and enuxpectedly confessional interview, Hot Press asks the reluctant star what has been his personal high point of the Noughties.Whether it was Parton’s voice or the simple, no-nonsense end line — “just like a real typewriter” — Hannigan knew she had to have one, and remains convinced to this day that she could have written her first novel on it had it not been for “shoddy workmanship”.So, Ireland lost a great novelist, but it gained a great singer.She had been writing songs while working with him, but found it slow going.“It would have taken a long time to get an album made if I was still working with Damien,” she says. not my headline, but rather, one from The Times Damien Rice fans will know Lisa Hannigan — so has she got solo success all sewn up?
Mark Edwards (Bryan Meade) It turns out it’s the sensitive singer-songwriters you really have to watch. A couple of years back, Damien Rice was about to begin a gig in Munich. It was a strange way for him to tell me, but things don’t always happen the way you imagine. As I speak to her, Hannigan is in Minnesota, on a lengthy US tour supporting the star American singer-songwriter Jason Mraz — an amazing guest slot for an artist who has yet to release her first album (except back home in Ireland).
A ship sails through stormy seas on Keep It All, while a message in a bottle heads out over the waves on Teeth.
“I spent my childhood summers down in Baltimore, in West Cork, a small harbour town where they do amazing chowder,” Hannigan recalls. The sea has a strong association for me — the expanse and the freedom of it — but I only really noticed just how many references there were when I was sewing the lyrics.” Sewing the lyrics?
The last ten years has seen the Kildare singer-songwriter selling truckloads of albums, repeatedly touring the globe, hearing his songs soundtrack hit movies, being romantically linked with an A-list Hollywood actress, and performed with the likes of Christy Moore and Leonard Cohen (“a wonderful, wonderful, wonderful, wonderful, wonderful, gracious, eloquent man”).
You’d think that Rice must be spoilt for choice of momentous moments.
“Doing your own record takes all your focus.” Sea Sew came together in two weeks in March this year in a Dublin studio, after a rehearsal period in an old barn.