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Wednesday, August 28, 2019

Villagers - "The Wonder Of You (Live At Iveagh Gardens)" [Rock & Alternative]

The Wonder Of You (Live At Iveagh Gardens)

"The Wonder Of You (Live At Iveagh Gardens)" music video by Villagers
Added: 28-08-2019
Genre : Rock & Alternative
Description : Villagers - The Wonder of You (Live at Iveagh Gardens)

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Vocals & flugelhorn - Conor J. O’Brien
Bass guitar - Danny Snow
Drums & backing vocals - Ross Turner
Synthesizers & backing vocals - Brendan Jenkinson
Electric piano & backing vocals - Kevin Corcoran
Trumpet - Kevin Kelleher
Trumpet - Kevin Foran
Tenor Saxophone - Liam McCabe
Baritone Saxophone - Alan D’arcy

Directed and Produced by Bob Gallagher
Director of photography - Eleanor Bowman
Additional Camera Operators - Raja Nundlall & Steve O'Connor
Visuals - Brian Kenny at Lightscape
Lighting - Andy Taylor

Recorded by Andy Knightley
Mixed by Gavin Muddiman

Production Company Bold Puppy
With thanks to Aiken Promotions and the OPW


Villagers are an Irish indie folk band from Dublin, formed in 2008. As well as songwriter and vocalist/guitarist Conor O'Brien, the band currently consists of Danny Snow (bass, upright bass), Cormac Curran (keyboards), Gwion Llewelyn (drums, flugelhorn) and Mali Llywelyn (harp).

The band came to prominence in 2010 with the release of their debut album, Becoming a Jackal. Released to critical acclaim, the album was shortlisted for the 2010 Mercury Prize and the Choice Music Prize. The band's second studio album, {Awayland} was released in 2013. It won the Choice Music Prize that year and was also shortlisted for the 2013 Mercury Prize. In 2015 they released their third album, Darling Arithmetic, and the following year Where Have You Been All My Life? - a compilation of live reworkings of some of the band's best-known tracks. In May 2016 Darling Arithmetic won the Ivor Novello award for Best Album.

Villagers have performed at several music festivals and toured with Grizzly Bear, Tracy Chapman, Bell X1, Tindersticks and Elbow.

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