One Thousand Eight Hundred Second Weekend.
Whatever your plans for the weekend, you have to make time for yourself. Whether you have invited the family round for a Sunday Roast or the kids have a birthday party to attend - take some time for you. Make a cuppa, close the door and put your feet up, let the music absorb your pores and sigh out all those woes of the week. An eclectic combination of powerful inspiring music, to help you unwind, relax and maybe even make you dance around the room. This music gives me tingles I hope to pass it on each week, on a Friday, to give you all that couple of minute to let go.
The main feature in this weeks One Thousand Eight Hundred Second Weekend is Lisa Hannigan.
Remember the velvet tones of Damien Rice that a few years ago threw us into a depressing spiral of wonder. Hidden in the harmony was Lisa Hannigan, someone whom I now find myself drawn back to time and time again. After the Success of her first album Sea Sew in 2009, we have now been graced with Passenger her second album released in October 2011. The mix of fiddle and the wonderful use of percussion we are opened to her Irish influenced use of instruments. A must listen. Easy folk melodies infused with creative lyrics makes Lisa my favourite this week.
Laurie Rose x