Lisa O’Neill returns to Belfast’s Empire Music Hall in December, as part of an extensive tour in support of her acclaimed new album, All Of This Is Chance.
Following 2018’s traditional collection Heard a Long Song Gone for the River Lea imprint, The Wren EP in 2019, and an adaptation of Bob Dylan’s All the Tired Horses for the final scene of epic TV drama Peaky Blinders, Lisa O’Neill’s latest is her first album for the Rough Trade label
Long since noted as one of the most evocative singers and writers in contemporary Irish music, All of This Is Chance is a collection of new work that takes Lisa’s voice to greater heights, or depths, depending on which way you look at it.
“You’ll be lucky to hear a better record all year” – Sunday Times *****
“The first indisputable classic of 2023” – UNCUT 9/10
“The bird kingdom gives lofty inspiration to the Irish singer-songwriter’s wild and wonderful fifth album.” – The Guardian ****
“Transcendent and original – a triumph.” – The Observer
“O’Neill is a cultural hero in her own right. She has released five albums since 2009, building a reputation as a modern artist tapped into the ancient.” New York Times