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Lost Brothers to perform at Kells Hinterland

Story by John Donohoe

Tuesday, 12th June, 2018 10:29am

Lost Brothers to perform at Kells Hinterland

The Lost Brothers  will perform in Kells as part of Hinterland Arts Festival.

Hot on the heels of their sell-out Liberty Hall gig in dublin,  Oisin Leech and Mark McCausland, will perform at the Church Of Ireland, Kells, on Friday 22nd June.

The Lost Brothers have also unveiled a new video from their acclaimed new album, filmed and created by Irish director Myles O'Reilly.
 Watch it here-

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=RvdbvO5m9VU&app=desktop
 

The new video for "Where The Shadow Goes" is taken from their acclaimed new album entitled "Halfway Towards A Healing"  which was recorded by Gabriel Sullivan and Howe Gelb in Tuscon. Steve Wickham's fiddle parts on this song were recorded in Sligo. 

"We wrote the song walking the River Boyne in County Meath. We sang it one night to Steve Wickham in Sligo and he thought it absolutely should go on the album. The song is an attempt at a tribute to the late great Leonard Cohen," says musician and one half of the band, Oisin Leech from Navan.

The Lost Brothers had very special guests at their Dublin gig June 8th at the historic Liberty Hall Theatre on Eden Quay,  joined onstage by the Tuscon Arizona band with whom they recorded their recent critically acclaimed album.
The band includes indie legend and PJ Harvey collaborator Howe Gelb who co-produced Lost Brothers' recent release.  Also in Dublin 
were Steve Wickham from the Waterboys and Giant Sand members Gabriel Sullivan and Thogre Lunde. On percussion was  Bob Dylan's long time touring drummer Winston Watson.

 "Gabriel and Howe recorded the songs with us last year in a small hut in the Tuscon Desert. Songs that we wrote in Navan and Omagh! Now we get to perform them in the stunning Liberty Hall Theatre- which has it's own incredible story- it should be a lot of fun. It's brilliant to have Steve Wickham coming because we worked on the songs for two years with Steve in Sligo before heading out to Howe in Arizona,"Oisin Leech says.

The Lost Brothers have just returned from an Australian Tour and will play Irish festivals over the summer.  Details on the Hinterland Literary And Arts Festival gig, and all their festival appearances are at www.thelostbrothersband.com

 

 

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