Rhythm Nation: Oliver Cole picks the tunes this week
The singer/songwriter selects the ten tracks that mean the most to him
When Oliver Cole was frontman with the hard-rocking indie band Turn in the early 2000s, he generally went by the moniker Ollie. For the music he is making these days, however, the more grown-up version of his name seems entirely appropriate.
Exhibit A is the Meath man’s new single You Were the Right Turn, described by its creator as a song about “recovery and redemption, the healing that begins after acceptance of loss”. It’s an...
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