Sunday August 9, 2020

Rhythm Nation: Conor Adams

The All Tvvins frontman presents the tracks that shaped him as a musician and songwriter, from Vampire Weekend to Bruce Springsteen to Bon Iver

Nadine O’Regan

Arts Editor and Columnist

2nd August, 2020
Conor Adams’ snew EP I Admire Your Grace at the End of the World is out now. Listen to it, and to his Rhythm Nation playlist, on Spotify

Growing up in Swords in Dublin, Conor Adams was bitten by the songwriting bug young. Now in his mid-30s, Adams has played in a succession of acclaimed Irish bands -- while indie fans fondly remember The Cast of Cheers, he is best known as the frontman of All Tvvins, the indie-pop duo who saw their debut album hurtle to number two in the Irish charts in 2016.

A couple of years ago, Adams quietly embarked...

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