2016 release, the highly anticipated release from Irish singer/songwriter Lisa Hannigan. The album was recorded in New York with producer Aaron Dessner (The National). At Swim follows her second full-length album, Passenger (2011), which NPR Music praised as "lush & beautiful," while Rolling Stone furthered, "Her voice is light and agile, her phrasing like exquisite plumage, and her folksy songs move with deceptive power, sailing on guitars, strings and Irish drama." While still in college, Hannigan met Damien Rice at a concert in Dublin in early 2001. Rice enlisted Hannigan to sing on his 2002 album O and his later album 9, featured in the hit "9 Crimes". She toured with Rice as part of his band during that period. In 2007, Hannigan returned to Dublin and began a solo career.