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I hope I continue to do that and maybe play different shows and play for longer and in more towns, but I don't know what you want more than that thing, to be able to play music in front of people.
Touring in support of her new record, , Hannigan was in a fittingly cheery mood as she sat down with us over pie and tea—seriously! I think the first one, I was very aware of people listening to it, or rather the people in the future that might be listening to it. It was just purely a selfish endeavor, which it has to be. OLOIZIA: Your friend Glen [Hansard] has a documentary coming out about his music and his relationship with [ex-girlfriend] Marketa Irglova. Obviously, everyone will have a dip in a record, but for me, I like all the songs, so I'm sort of pleased when they come up on the setlist. HANNIGAN: I met him a couple times with Damien at various things, and he's such a lovely man.
HANNIGAN: I think people maybe have a skewed idea of what making it in America is.
As in, I'm getting to play music around the country, so I feel fully made.
—to discuss her craft, Robbie Williams, and amongst other things, her appreciation for the sweeter things in life. OLOIZIA: And you got to sing with Ray La Montagne, which is exciting. And I really wanted a duet on the record, like a proper duet with two people signing to each other.
JEFF OLOIZIA: It seems like you're in a really good place. I'm really proud of the record, and I think that's the main thing. It's just a terrible place where people are so casually mean. And so I had my tiny list, which was pretty much Ray and maybe Tony Bennett. HANNIGAN: And I sort of asked him through his manager because I wanted him to be able to say no. And he happened to be in London, so it was very serendipitous how it all happened.
You put the bag in, then you put the hot water into it. OLOIZIA: I didn't know there was such a science to making tea. I think it was more just, you know—we had worked together for 7, 8 years, and had grown up together. You know, it was sort of a blowup of an ending, but those things often are. I haven't heard those songs in years, but I heard—I think it was "Nine Crimes." I heard it on the radio, and I remember thinking, "What is that song?
OLOIZIA: You mentioned previously that you attributed a lot of the reason you and Damien split to your songwriting styles being incompatible. I had no business having any opinion about the songwriting style. I was driving in Dublin and one came on the radio, and I didn't recognize it for a minute.LISA HANNIGAN The past five years have been ones of great change for Lisa Hannigan. I was reading a lot of the recent press, and you just might be the most liked person on the web. [I try not to look at comments, because everyone says such awful things.Once a bandmate of fellow Irishman Damien Rice, Hannigan was unceremoniously fired by her former beau in 2007, an abrupt shift that spawned a now blossoming solo career. OLOIZIA: Do you think there was added pressure in writing and recording a new album because of how well your debut was received? I think it always is the way with your first thing, people are like, "Oh, well done, you." [There's a certain element of that to it.The Londoner has enjoyed months and months of chart dominance but her reign has come to an end following the release of Hannigan's excellent sophomore effort Passenger which debuts on both the Irish album and indie album charts at #1.The Meath songstress adorns the cover of the latest issue of Hot Press which features her most in-depth interview yet, detailing the behind the scenes story of Passenger, working with Ray Lamontagne, reflections on the current state of her relationship with Damien Rice and much more. OLOIZIA: But you still haven't spoken to him at all? OLOIZIA: Well, your solo career has been, by all measures, really successful.