::: LIVE :::
Thursday 1st May 2008 - Crawdaddy, Harcourt Street, Dublin
'After all that's happened' launch
~ Support from CHAPLIN
Doors 8pm - Adm. 10 Euro
Free Copy of the Single for first 50 people.
Upcoming NIALL COLFER Shows:
Wed 21st May 2008 - The Vine, Wexford
Fri 6th June 2008 - Electric Avenue, Wateford
Wed 29 August 2008 - Whelans, Dublin
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and produced over the last year partially in his home studio,
partially in Sun Studios with additional production by Gareth
Mannix, Lines & Space is Niall’s first solo project.
Playing many of the instruments on these new tracks himself, Niall
has honed a distinctive style; a hushed confidence of melody and
groove, inside disco, rock and sometimes even folk. Not afraid
to admit where his inspiration comes from, he says it’s
everything from love, loss, and the history of life. You’ll
find street scenes in one song, ancient maps in another.
songs come across as honest explorations of everyday feelings
without the smaltz. He hits a characteristic groove in each song,
which just continues on through, hooking you in. Together, the
songs leave an impression of subtlety, individualism and toe-tapping
rhythm, with lyrics that creep on up and get you thinking.
& Space, Niall’s forthcoming album, will include After
all that’s happened and Stole the Day. And with Lennart
Breternitz on bass and Barry Smullen on drums, Lines & Space
is set to offer more quietly brilliant gems generated from the
Dublin home studio.