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Fiachna discusses with RTÉ Radio One’s Ray D’arcy how it came about that Hothouse Flowers soundtracked the opening scene for Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond’s new show, the Grand Tour and the coincidental release of the new album Let’s Do This Thing.
Tune in to the Grand Tour on Amazon prime Available from November 18th on Amazon Prime! There is a big surprise in store!
Last year September 2015, we went into Windmill Lane Studio in Dublin for a week of recording. We were on a journey and discovery of new music and of ourselves as musicians and a band.
We started with a blank page. No baggage, no agenda, no direction – just a desire to create together a new conversation that binds us together and forges a new path for us moving forward.
What came seemed to drop from the sky and into all of our subconscious and out and meld into the new music.
When we listened back to the takes of the work, we were taken by surprise by something from deep inside of our souls as people and musicians that came out through the speakers and into the studio.
It still surprises us all at different times when we listen back now after many listens.
Hothouse Flowers with Special guest Lisa Lambe
Thursday 29th December 2016
Fiachna and Liam whistling to the sea in Doolin during the Folk Fest earlier this year… tune into Hup on TG4 Sunday 30th October at 10pm for more!
Hothouse Flowers Acoustic Show
Special guest Lisa Lambe
Friday 2nd December 2016
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Listen to Fiachna’s original home demo of a song called Autumn Winds which is really an early version of what became Your Love Goes On!
Starman: The David Bowie Project
Réaltneach: Tionscadal David Bowie
Liam Ó Maonlaí & Brad Pitt Light Orchestra
Starman features Irish language versions of Bowie’s best work, transcreated by Gabriel Rosenstock, performed by Liam Ó Maonlaí and The Brad Pitt Light Orchestra. The show includes screen projections by Margaret Lonergan. Produced by IMRAM Irish Language Literature Festival.