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Other Voices returns to TV tonight

Other Voices returns to TV tonight

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Ireland’s best music TV show Other Voices returns to screens this Sunday night for its 12th season on Irish TV. The season was shot in Dingle in December and Derry in February with the likes of The Gloaming, John Grant, Mogwai, Colm Mac Con Iomaire, Hozier, Polica, David Gray, George Ezra, Willis Earl Beal, Ásgeir and more showing on RTÉ Two over the next six Sundays.

The first programme features The Gloaming, East India Youth, Rosie Carney, Hozier, Slow Skies and more. It starts at 10:30pm tonight. Full schedule below.

My posts from each of the recordings are on the Other Voices blog.

All I’ll say is that The Gloaming is worth staying in for. Here’s a few previews from the show:

George Ezra - Budapest
East India Youth - Looking For Someone
Colm Mac Con Iomaire - Bád Bán

Other Voices Schedule

Programme 1 – 30th March

East India Youth
The Gloaming
Hozier
Rosie Carney
The Clameens / Slow Skies

Programme 2 – 6th April

David Gray
Patty Griffin
Little Matador
Polica
Vann Music / Conor Walsh

Programme 3 – 13th April

George Ezra
The Amazing Snakeheads
Colm Mac Con Iomaire
Agnes Obel
Josef Salvat
Mojo Gogo / Pinhole

Programme 4 – 20th April

Public Service Broadcasting
John Grant
The Bohicas
Samantha Crain
Wonder Villains / Grim

Programme 5 – 27th April

Ásgeir
Foy Vance
Bell X1
Lisa O’Neill
Other Creatures / Silences

Programme 6 – 4th May

Mogwai
Walking on Cars
Lulu James
David Arnold
Willis Earl Beal
Sive / Spies


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