Folk/Songwriter Live Acoustic Performance

The Ocelots and The Freeze in The Liberties


The Ocelots sing their song ‘Gold’ outside The Liberty Belle pub in Dublin’s Liberties for a few local onlookers. Filmed during the height of Storm Emma in March 2018 when Dublin experienced it’s most severe snow fall in 36 years.

Situated in Wexford, twins Brandon and Ashley combine to create The Ocelots. They have crafted their songwriting and musical experience together to produce a forceful blend of rich harmonies and bare, raw acoustic folk. The Ocelots started originally through busking around Ireland, before playing their music throughout many stages all across Europe. The brothers are known for their ability to capture an audience, with mesmerising melody and variety meeting their charm and wit on stage. Brandon and Ashley showcase their music through random pop up videos online, where they get to perform under bridges and outside city halls.

http://www.theocelots.com/

1 comment on “The Ocelots and The Freeze in The Liberties

  1. mabel carlos

    Myles,

    I’m sorry to annoy you about it, but it’s all wobbly. you know, stopping into stills and not strolling along, as your films usually do.

    Can you please send it to me again ?

    Thankyou so much.

    Mabel … and I hope that chill factor -15 has left way to a lovely Spring warmth and feeling. Down here in Tarifa we’re having Irish for the past two solid weeks and another week of it coming up. Housebound we are. But with the desired Waters of March :)))

    ________________________________ De: Myles O’Reilly’s, Arbutus Yarns. Enviado: sábado, 10 de marzo de 2018 12:34:08 Para: mabelgcarlos@hotmail.com Asunto: [New post] The Ocelots and The Freeze in The Liberties

    Myles O’Reilly posted: ” The Oceltos sing their song ‘Gold’ outside The Liberty Belle pub in Dublin’s Liberties for a few local onlookers. Filmed during the height of Storm Emma in March 2018 when Dublin experienced it’s most severe snow fall in 36 years. Situated in Wexfo”

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