After a long absence Irish torch balladeers Cousteau are back with a third album, 'Nova Scotia.' Frontman Liam McKahey chats about litigation problems with their former label, and how the band has survived the loss of Davey Ray Moor, their main songwriter
Borderline, London, 22/3/2005
At the London Borderline, Anthony Strutt watches torch song balladeers Cousteau and the nine piece Copenhagen play enticing sets
Love in the afternoon and this high rise isn’t going to keep the demons out when they come looking. Lock up your absinthe and prepare to bleed, Cousteau are in town and tonight’s the night Cupid gets
Nova Scotia (2005)
Long-awaited third album from much acclaimed torch balladeers Cousteau, who, despite losing their main songwriter, have come up with an album that " is very elegant in its depictions of tales of love and loss"
The former singer with Cousteau, Cork-born singer Liam McKahey talks to Anthony Strutt about his new debut solo album, 'Lonely Road'