Lisa Hannigan’s Knots

I love this video because it visually represents so well the pure joy that Lisa exudes when she sings that hooked me on her music from the start. The song, “Knots”, is from her 2011 album Passenger

I got to see her live four years ago at a Barnes and Noble in Manhattan, sitting just a few feet in front of her in the front row and met her afterwards. T’was awesome.

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  • Rebekka @ Becky’s Kaleidoscope

    I briefly dated a guy who used to play with her. And I remember when I saw Damien Rice (like 6-7 years ago) I was so disappointed she weren’t there. Ooooh, and I saw John Smith warm up for Iron & Wine 4-5 months back, and he has played and written songs for her too – although on his latest album he ended up loving a song too much and kept it, so she did back up vocals on it instead (the song is Salty & Sweet, I recommend it).

  • eonL5

    Fun and new to me… I’ll go check her out now. Thanks!