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Lisa O'Neill

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Over the years, Lisa O'Neill has quietly built a reputation for herself, and her unique folk sound, strong songwriting and distinctive voice has a growing following.

Her debut release, Has An Album, was followed in 2013 by Choice-nominated Same Cloth Or Not. Her third album, Pothole in the Sky, was released to critical acclaim and is filled with tension and emotion, contextualising themes of love, loss, heartache and sorrow through referencing tales from the past with beauty, honesty and defiance. Lisa’s last release on the Rough Trade imprint River Lea, Heard A Long Gone Song, has garnered huge acclaim both at home and abroad. It was Choice-nominated, earned a five-star review from the Guardian on release and the coveted ‘Best Folk Album’ from the same publication.

She was nominated in four categories at the 2019 UK Folk awards and five categories at the 2019 Irish Folk awards, winning one for Best Original Folk Song. ‘Blackbird’, a song from her last album, has also recently been featured in Peaky Blinders, winning Lisa lots of new fans.

'Uncompromising, stunning, soul-shaking stuff.'
The Guardian

'Magnificent… about as far from safe as it’s possible to get. A special talent indeed.'
Hot Press


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