Video: New Damien Rice Song
2010-02-09 by gaz | 17 Comments

After some time out of the spotlight due to the split with Lisa Hannigan, Damien Rice recently performed a new song named "What If I'm Wrong?" at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival.

The song is performed without any microphones, and with an as of yet unknown female accomplice.

It can be seen here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=An5LjwTjLRk&feature=player_embedded#

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Skimaskcheck
February 9th 2010

2360 Comments


Julia/Juliette idk?

Song is really amazing though, cannot wait for more from this man.

SeaAnemone
February 9th 2010

18813 Comments


girl is hot

YouAreMySilence
February 9th 2010

3727 Comments


Hello erection! Song was amazing.

Eskate87
February 9th 2010

959 Comments


amazing, im really excited to watch this, one of my favorites

Schizophrenik
February 9th 2010

805 Comments


Based on that performance i need to check out some of his albums

SeaAnemone
February 9th 2010

18813 Comments


Schizo I'm very disappointed in you! Listen to O right away! Now.

TMobotron
Contributing Reviewer
February 10th 2010

6920 Comments


Yeah man the thing about O is it's not that some people love it and some people dislike it. Some people love it, and some people like it. If you don't, fuck you because you suck. It's objectively fantastic, I'm sure you'll like it.

Phil
February 10th 2010

1473 Comments


I haven't heard O yet either. Its just something I skip for some reason. I s'pose I'd better at some point.

TMobotron
Contributing Reviewer
February 10th 2010

6920 Comments


Yeah I didn't get it until just recently but am so glad I did. It was immediately lovable, and the kind of music you can play around anyone.

supertouchox2
February 10th 2010

1062 Comments


O was brilliant, that performance was to.

Kiran
Emeritus
February 10th 2010

5992 Comments


good song

Waior
February 10th 2010

11420 Comments


is this to say he's finally going to record a new album? undoubtedly named after some variable, probably '∞'.

i'm happy him and hannigan are done with each other because it means getting awesome albums from both of them!



Consigliere
February 10th 2010

228 Comments


This guy gotta be my favourite singer/songwriter around, i cant get enough of him and his songs.... any recs for similar artists ?

Song is awesome btw....

Skimaskcheck
February 10th 2010

2360 Comments


Try some William Fitzsimmons?

Consigliere
February 10th 2010

228 Comments


Love him too, but i just got tired of listening to singers only accompanied by an acoustic guitar, i'd love some s/s.w with cellos, strings, drums here and there.... just like Damien Rice.

zer0limit
February 11th 2010

101 Comments


Damien Jurado is pretty akin to Damien Rice, but I think Damien is the the better of the two. I'm hoping that a new album is on the horizon

TMobotron
Contributing Reviewer
February 11th 2010

6920 Comments


This is seriously so great it's unbelievable.



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