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The Lost Brothers: ‘Just as we were packing up to leave, Kirstie Alley came over and offered us a gig that evening in her house’

With a single due in the autumn and a big tour to follow, Oisin Leech of The Lost Brothers tells about bunking off cello lessons, busking in Italy and the death of the band’s manager Frank Murray

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The Lost Brothers, pictured by Stuart Bailie

The Lost Brothers, pictured by Stuart Bailie

The Lost Brothers, pictured by Stuart Bailie

Oisin Leech is one half of The Lost Brothers, a band whose music he describes as folk noir. The other half is Mark McCausland. Next month they release their new single ‘After The Rain’.

Musically, the song’s inspired by Harry Nilsson and Phil Lynott,” he tells me. “There’s an emotional quality in the delivery of singers like Lynott and Nilsson that I find inspiring. They drag the listener into the ether of the song.


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