And sure look, he dropped Lisa Hannigan like a hot snot. The end of the 20th century brought some serious changes to Damien Rice’s life.
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You’d think that Rice must be spoilt for choice of momentous moments.
But he doesn’t hesitate before answering: “meeting Lisa Hannigan”. He smiles, wistfully: “Lisa Hannigan not wanting to talk to me anymore” And what are his hopes and ambitions for the coming decade?
Rice closes his eyes and thinks for a moment before answering softly: “just to be kind”. Rice walks into the bar of a Dublin city-centre hotel to do his first proper interview in almost three years. With his shock of unkempt hair, patchwork shirt and holey sweater, the lightly bearded 35-year-old (he’ll turn 36 in a few days) looks more like an impoverished eco-warrior than an internationally famous and possibly even wealthy musician.
Do you remember where you where when you heard Britney Spears had been at a Damien Rice gig with Colin Farrell?
Or that Damo was going out with Renee Zellweger and had been seen parading her around the Tesco in Celbridge?
When the worm turned, and it became uncool to like Damien Rice and anything to do with his Crying-Into-My-Pillow music, you were at a loss.
You still liked to dig out your copy of O and croon along to Cold Water, but you had to pretend in public that you “hated that t*sser”.
DIG OUT YOUR treasured copy of O people, because Damien Rice is back.
The Celbridge singer songwriter this morning sold out a comeback date at Whelan’s in minutes, and has a new website in the works. Released in 2002, we’d put money on there being a copy of O lying around at least half the houses in Ireland.
Why not stick it on right now, and relive the feelings…
The cult of O spread slowly and surely across the county, pulling everyone into its grasp just like David Gray’s White Ladder had done several years previously. You were listening to that album 24/7, and attempting to indoctrinate anyone who’d listen into the gang.