A new video for the Irish rock band Lillenés song ‘Lillyena’ is due to be released on YouTube on April 7, 2017.
The video was filmed in Ireland, where the band have played the title track to concerts around the world.
Lillénas were inspired by the song ‘Táil na mhí’ (The Moon), a song that has been sung in Ireland for generations.
The song was originally written in the late 1800s by Irish poet John Burt, who was in Ireland at the time.
The singer of the band has also been a lifelong fan of the Irish national anthem, as he played the song at his wedding to wife, Milly.
“I love the Irish song, it’s a beautiful piece of music, but it’s got a huge resonance here,” Lillena singer, guitarist and songwriter Brian O’Sullivan said.
“And it has a really poignant history.
It’s been around for ages and I think it’s one of those songs that, when you hear it, it doesn’t really matter what age you are or where you are from.
It just makes you feel very Irish and very special.”
And it was a really great way to start a new journey and we wanted to celebrate the love that we have for Ireland, and the people, and to be a part of a global movement to support that love.
“This is a brand new album, so there’s no plans to release any songs, but the album is already out there and the band are excited about it.” “
It’s a bit of a different story to what people might expect, it takes a bit more planning and I don’t want to be pigeonholed in any particular year,” said O’Neill.
“This is a brand new album, so there’s no plans to release any songs, but the album is already out there and the band are excited about it.”
“The songs are so much more than just the song itself, and I’m really happy with how it turned out.
It was such a fun experience.
It took so long to record, but I think we got it all done very, very, really well.”
The album, which includes original material from both Lilléna and O’Lellen, was recorded at the Dublin studio of the O’Higgins Brothers and is set to be broadcast worldwide on BBC One on April 10, with an audio release planned for May 2.
“We’ve got a lot of really good music and I know that the fans will enjoy the new material, especially the new songs,” said producer Peter O’Malley.
“The Irish songs are really universal and they all bring a little bit of everything to the table, but we really wanted to make sure we captured all of the nuances that they bring to the music.”
“It really sounds like we’ve got the Irish songs playing at the beginning of the video.
We’re not just singing about Ireland, we’re singing about our love for Ireland.”
LILLENAS HISTORY A video for a song from Lillene’s album, ‘Lilliena’, was filmed by O’Ollen in Dublin.
Brian Ollen was born in Cork, Ireland, on October 22, 1925.
The family moved to Dublin, where he began performing in local pubs, before moving to the Royal Albert Hall, where Brian was inducted into the Irish Music Hall of Fame.
His first solo album, 1969’s ‘Lilla, Lillie, Lilli’, was recorded in the UK and the US.
It sold more than 300,000 copies in the United States alone, and was featured on the soundtrack to the television series, Game of Thrones.
The album was also released in the 1970s in Ireland.
Brian’s son, Brian Oellen Jr, recorded the album for the first time in the USA and Ireland.
He is best known for his music videos for the band, including ‘A Lillennas Love Song’, and ‘A Lady Lillens Love Song’.