January 6, 2013

we are crazy, but no one’s perfect

I’ve been listening to a lot of (old) Damien Rice these days, something about the long nights of winter and the perfection in so many of those songs. It’s good to hear Damien’s unmistakable voice on something new, in this collaboration with Irish songwriter David Hopkins. The song was released a few years ago, but it is a welcome discovery for me tonight.

There Are Debts (feat. Damien Rice) – David Hopkins

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  • eskimofriends.com?

    Cord — January 6, 2013 @ 11:52 pm

  • Went to Italy to see him this summer, because it had been far too long since he played the US. One of the greatest concert experiences of my life.

    Chris — January 7, 2013 @ 9:26 am

  • saw him in italy last summer too. an amazing gig indeed… and after the gig he came out and sang us some of his new songs in a beautiful place by the sea. i hope the guy can manage to put his thoughts together and finally release a new album, he definitely has the right material.

    me — January 8, 2013 @ 3:18 am

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