Buckley wows LATE LATE audience

On Friday night’s LATE LATE SHOW in Ireland, Jessie, 32, and her newest collaborator, British guitarist Bernard Butler, wowed the audience with their song “20 Years A-Growing.” Jessie and Bernard recorded an album, For All the Days That Tear the Heart, due for release this month, and they’ll be promoting their finished product with in-person shows including the All Together Now festival in Co. Waterford from July 29-31.

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Jessie Buckley, singer

Thanks to her performances in films like I’M THINKING OF ENDING THINGS and THE LOST DAUGHTER, the Irish actor Jessie Buckley is quickly becoming one of the most critically beloved up-and-coming movie stars in the world. So it’s a very cool surprise to learn that Buckley has now recorded a whole album and that she’s done it with Bernard Butler, the former Suede guitarist. Buckley and Butler have finished work on their collaborative LP For All Our Days That Tear The Heart, and it’s coming out this June. 

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Jessie Buckley in MEN

Jessie Buckley has been busy lately. Following her outstanding portrayal of a young mother in THE LOST DAUGHTER, the Irish actor earned herself an Oscar nomination in the Best Supporting Actress category. The good news for us then as Buckley will be returning to our screens in the new A24 thriller, MEN, alongside award-winning James Bond actor Rory Kinnear. Written and directed by Alex Garland (EX MACHINA and NEVER LET ME GO), the horror drama is set for release later this year.

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Buckley’s Oscar nom is ‘a wild dream come true’

Kerry actress Jessie Buckley says she is “in complete shock” after being nominated for her first Oscar, getting the nod for best supporting actress for her performance as Leda in Netflix psycho-drama THE LOST DAUGHTER. The film is Maggie Gyllenhaal’s adaptation of the Elena Ferrante novel of the same name. “I am in complete shock! The Lost Daughter is so special to me,” Buckley said following the announcement.

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