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Now a shining light on the nu-folk scene, Lisa O’Neill is “one of Ireland’s most original young singer songwriters” (Guardian). Her distinctive voice – part Cavan growl, part lament – is “utterly unique (and) simply can’t be ignored” (fROOTS). Spinning tales of lost love, murky Irish history or a children’s fable, O’Neill’s spellbinding songwriting offers “a terrible beauty hovering inside these almost unbearably honest songs” (Hotpress).
“At a time when sameness threatens to drain the world of charm and surprise, Lisa O’Neill stands tall for difference” (Irish Times)
Plus support from Josie Blakelock
This is a standing Colston Hall Presents show at The Crofters Rights, 117-119 Stokes Croft, Bristol BS1 3RW