Like, I knew I wanted to record Eskimo in my friends’ apartment in Paris because they loved the song so much.So I took my little mobile studio and went to Paris.Along the way, Rice enthuses about a global warming lecture he recently attended.Ten minutes later, we’re ensconced in a quiet and dimly lit room off the Central’s upstairs Library Bar. A notoroiusly reticent interviewee, he doesn’t have a new album or tour to promote.He’d been working on some songs during his time in Tuscany, and in early 2000 he set to work demoing them in Dublin."I had this sense about me at the time, and so if somebody did me wrong in a relationship then it was like "Grrrrr! You know, I’d pick up the guitar and I’d write about it, and it was fairly… In that I had a lot of female friends, but that ended up being tricky in relationships as well – because I had so many female friends. Sharing similar musical tastes and a whimsical sense of humour, they soon became friends and she began helping him with the recordings – providing a fragile and ethereal vocal foil to Rice’s bittersweet lyrics.you know, I look back at a lot of the songs and the person who wrote them, they are nearly all coming from the point of view of victimhood. Back when Juniper had been offered a record deal, Rice had contacted his second cousin David Arnold.
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And he said, "Well, if you want, I can get you some recording equipment".
Disillusioned with the music business, he moved to Tuscany in the spring of 1999 and became a farmer for six months."I planted things to eat", he recalls. But then, isn’t it hard to gauge what you do relative to somebody else? " because people told me I was very intense, but I don’t know that I was intense.