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Posted on 19. Nov, 2014 by admin.

 

Mar 31 – Atlanta, GA, United States – The Tabernacle
Apr 1 – Nashville, TN, United States – Ryman Auditorium
Apr 3 – Washington, DC, United States – Lincoln Theatre
Apr 4 – New York, NY, United States – Beacon Theatre
Apr 7 – Boston, MA, United States – Orpheum Theatre
Apr 8 – Philadelphia, PA, United States – Academy of Music
Apr 11 – Toronto, ON, Canada – Massey Hall
Apr 13 – Indianapolis, IN, United States – Murat Theatre at Old National Centre
Apr 14 – Chicago, IL, United States – Auditorium Theatre
Apr 15 – Minneapolis, MN, United States – Northrop Auditorium
Apr 17 – Boulder, CO, United States – Boulder Theater
Apr 20 – Portland, OR, United States – Keller Auditorium
Apr 21 – Seattle, WA, United States – Marion Oliver McCaw Hall
Apr 23 – Oakland, CA, United States – Fox Theater
Apr 24 – Los Angeles, CA, United States – Greek Theatre


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Posted on 16. Nov, 2014 by admin.

 

Here’s a video interview with Damien recorded recently in Belgium.

Damien Rice October 2014 from ryan le garrec on Vimeo.


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Posted on 12. Nov, 2014 by admin.

 

Hot Press reports that Damien will be returning to the Late Show with David Letterman next Monday.

Damien last performed on the Late Show back in 2004:




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Posted on 12. Nov, 2014 by admin.

 
Zane Lowe Show Radio Session (BBC Radio)

Damien Rice performed on BBC Radio’s Zane Lowe Show this evening.

You can listen back to the full session here.

And you can chat about it here!


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Posted on 11. Nov, 2014 by admin.

 
Interview: Esquire (11 Nov 2014)

AMIEN RICE ON HIS TRIUMPHANT RETURN
After nearly a decade away, the musician talks about letting go of old negativity—and why we may see a lot more from him.

By Sarah Rowland on November 11, 2014

After eight years of silence, Damien Rice is more heartfelt and raw than ever on his new release, My Favorite Faded Fantasy, out this week. The past few years have undoubtedly been a growing period for the 40-year-old Irish musician, who now seems more relaxed and comfortable in his own skin. In conversation, he’s poetic and self-assured. His piercing blue eyes stare a moment too long, and he’s unafraid of thoughtful, silent pauses. Rice attributes his creative regeneration to letting go of outside expectations and old, lingering feelings that had infected his music. When we met up after he performed a show to launch the new album in London, Lisa Hannigan—Damien’s old partner in music and love—ironically started playing in the background. “That’s Lisa’s song on the radio,” he said. Then, with a quick smile, he was on to telling his next story.

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Posted on 01. Nov, 2014 by admin.

 
My Favourite Faded Fantasy Release

My Favourite Faded Fantasy is now on release in Ireland, Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands. It will be released in the UK and the rest of Europe on Monday and in the US on the 10th of November.

Reviews are flying in:

The Irish Times: 4/5
Drowned in Sound: 9/10
Consequence of Sound: here

(I’ll add more here as they come in…)


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Posted on 31. Oct, 2014 by admin.

 
Interview: Irish Times (31 Oct 2014)

Damien Rice: Fading back into view

On the eve of the release of My Favourite Faded Fantasy, Reykjavik resident Rice talks to us

“You’re doing something, you’re doing something, boom, you crash, burn, you fail. You beat yourself up, and then you find your way out of it.”

Damien Rice is talking about how everything just . . . stopped. He’s sitting in a room high up in a building called Idno in Reykjavik, an old restaurant-theatre- venue that looks out on to the water. When Rice talks about the “big crash and burn” that began an eight-year hiatus from releasing records, he speaks about the disintegration of relationships in his band. They had started from a place of innocence, he says, then touring was exciting, then everything got bigger, then money came in, then the whole thing fell apart.

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