In A Week is our look back at Hozier highlights and happenings from the previous week.
This week Instagram brought in changes to how people will be able to view posts, so we thought the time was finally right to unveil our newest page. Now you can see the last 3 Instagram posts from Hozier, each of the band members and ourselves in one handy spot. Bookmark this page and never miss another Instagram post.
Also, we’ve updated our post on Raven, Hozier’s new Danelectro Guitar to include some specs and a few good photos.
More on Hozier’s Gold Medal of Honorary Patronage Award from Trinity College Dublin.
— TCD Global (@tcdglobal) April 1, 2016
The Guardian analysed the list of all-time best selling singles and re-ranked them by streaming stats. Hozier’s Take Me To Chuch is #7 on the list of Spotify’s Top 20 Most-Streamed songs.
— Caroline Downey (@CarolineAtMCD) March 31, 2016
— From Eden (@CarolinePostec) March 30, 2016
Alex Ryan was back in studio with Saint Sister.
We started the week with a chuckle when Anúna posted a blooper reel to YouTube.
We couldn’t help ourselves.
— Hozier's Guitars (@HoziersGuitars) March 29, 2016
Speaking of senses of humour, April Fools’ Day brought this hilarious parody article on Hozier from the University of Wisconsin.
The Late, Late Show with James Corden
Hozier will be on The Late, Late Show with James Corden airing Monday night, April 4th (technically, very, very early Tuesday, April 5th.)
— Hozier (@Hozier) April 1, 2016
Live From The Artist’s Den
Live From The Artist’s Den episode with Hozier will air this week, but it will not air on the same date in all regions. Although, the show’s website says “Starting April 8th” we have seen some mentions of people seeing it in their television listings on April 7th.
In the USA the show airs on PBS. You can check your local public television listings here.
International viewers can check this link to see which channel might carry the show in your region.
Hozier has been in Los Angeles all week.
— Search History UCB (@searchHistUCB) March 28, 2016
Alana Henderson is enjoying everyday life in Northern Ireland.
Lorraine Barnes is on holiday in Spain.
Mia Fitzgerald is back in Los Angeles.
Rachael Lampa shared some great news!
Little Green Cars
Wyvern Lingo had a busy week. They performed a secret show in the hills above Dublin, that was recorded for Sofar Sounds, in advance of their sold out EP launch at The Button Factory. Check out photos from the night and post-gig antics from the band.
— Wyvern Lingo (@WyvernLingo) April 2, 2016
Wyvern Lingo also released an interview offering in-depth insight into their song Subside and a fabulous behind-the-scenes style video for their song Running featuring footage from their three nights supporting Hozier in Brixton in January.
Saint Sister are back in Kerry with Alex Ryan to record their second EP. They also released a stunning new video for their song, Blood Moon.
Jarlath launched his album, Hearts Broken, Heads Turned this week. You can listen to and purchase the album on bandcamp. Alana Henderson provided vocals for tracks 7 and 8.
— Songlines Magazine (@SonglinesMag) March 31, 2016
Jess Kav’s band BARQ released their first video this week, also landing them on Spotify Ireland’s Viral 50 playlist.
— BARQ (@BARQ_music) April 2, 2016
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Featured image: Search History UCB