- 16 May 23
Tickets to see one of the most evocative songwriters in contemporary Irish music go on sale this Friday, May 19th at 10am.
Irish musician Lisa O'Neill is bringing All Of This Is Chance on tour in October and December 2023, concluding at Dublin's Vicar Street on December 9th.
The Ballyhaise, Co Cavan native released her lauded fifth album and debut for Rough Trade in February this year to massive critical acclaim.
In addition to a number of festival dates in the summer, O'Neill has added new shows in Derry, Belfast, Limerick, Cork, Galway, and Kilkenny.
Support on the tour will be Seamus Fogarty and tickets for all shows will go on sale this Friday, May 19th at 10am.
Her latest release has rich, cinematic soundscapes created with long-time collaborator Joseph Doyle; Kerry concertina guru Cormac Begley; Colm Mac Con Iomaire; and Kate Ellis of the Crash Ensemble amongst others.
"Say you walked down Harry St. and into McDaid’s; and say it is 1953 and within is Paddy Kavanagh scribbling magical puzzles and Brendan Behan in his infinite cups: well, Lisa O’Neill is one of only a handful of contemporary artists who could pull up a high stool and fit snugly in," Hot Press critic Will Russell wrote of the fifth record.
O'Neill's new album follows five BBC Folk Awards nominations, Choice Music Prize nominations and a Folk Album of the Year accolade in The Guardian in 2019 for her recent album Heard a Long Gone Song on Rough Trade’s River Lea imprint, The Wren EP in 2019 and an adaptation of Bob Dylan’s ‘All the Tired Horses’ for the final scene of epic BBC drama Peaky Blinders.
Listen to All Of This Is Chance below and revisit our March 2023 interview with Lisa here.
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