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Unreal Unearth is the third studio album by Irish musician Hozier, released on 18 August 2023. It contains the singles "Eat Your Young" and "Francesca", along with the song "All Things End". Hozier toured Ireland, the UK, North America, Australia, and New Zealand in support of the record from June 2023 to November 2024.[4] The album received generally positive reviews from critics, and debuted at number one on the Irish and UK charts.

Background

Hozier wrote the album during the COVID-19 pandemic and stated it was his way of "mak[ing] sense of the experience of the last two years". It was inspired by Dante's Inferno, which he began reading at the time; he framed the album around Dante's concept of the nine circles of Hell. He called the album "quite eclectic" and stated that there is "something of a retrospective in what the sounds lean into". He also said that the three tracks on the preceding Eat Your Young EP were "not representative of the entire album".[1]

The album features Hozier writing and singing lyrics in the Irish language for the first time.[5] In an interview with The Irish Times, he said "there's so much that cannot be expressed outside of that language, that language can express that we're unaware of".[6] The track "Butchered Tongue" refers to attempts by the British administration to destroy the Irish language through colonialism.[7]

On 14 March 2024, Hozier announced the Unheard EP which includes four songs originally recorded for Unreal Unearth: "Too Sweet", "Empire Now", "Fare Well" and "Wildflower and Barley". The tracks represent Dante's circles of limbo, gluttony, and violence, but did not make the final cut for the album.[8]

Behind the album

Unreal Unearth is inspired by Dante's Inferno and the concept of the nine circles of Hell alongside many mythological and biblical references.[9] Hozier also draws from characters and logic seen in Flann O'Brien's novel The Third Policeman.[10] Unreal Unearth as a whole signifies a journey through Dante's nine circles of Hell and coming out at the other side, with each song(s) referring to a specific “universal theme” or feeling.[9] Hozier reveals the meaning and inspiration behind the lyrics in a Behind the Song series on his YouTube Channel.[10]

Song meanings

"De Selby (Part 1)"/"De Selby (Part 2)": The first song on the album represents Dante's descent into Hell as he enters the first circle of Hell: Limbo.[11] Hozier draws inspiration from the character De Selby from Flann O’Brien's novel The Third Policeman.[12] De Selby's “dreamlike logic” in the novel inspired Hozier to explore the idea of darkness as vessel of freedom and clarity.[13] The song also nods to the biblical story of creation in a lyric referring to God's creation of light: “The likes of a darkness so deep, that God at the start couldn't bear.”[11] Hozier ends the song in Gaelic, referring to the recurring themes of love and darkness. "De Selby (Part 2)" expands on the themes introduced in "De Selby (Part 1)", specifically how love functions in the state of darkness.[12]

"First Time": "First Time" continues in the first circle and represents changes within a relationship and the cycles of ending relationships and starting new ones.[14] Hozier references trying to forget a first kiss by "drinking dry The River Lethe", a river found in the Underworld of Greek mythology.[15]

"Francesca": Based on story Francesca da Rimini and Paolo, Hozier's "Francesca" represents the second circle of Hell: Lust.[16] The song follows a couple who Hozier states is, “punished in Hell for falling in love.” The love described within this song is so powerful that the characters are willing to face the punishment of Hell if it means they can continue to love together.[14] Through this Hozier challenges the idea of lust as punishable with lyrics that reflect couple's willingness to suffer repeatedly: “If someone asked me at the end, I'd tell ‘em put me back in it.’”[17]

"I, Carrion (Icarian)": Hozier draws from the mythic story of Icarus to portray the second circle of Hell. In the myth of Icarus, Icarus dies as a result of his wings burning after flying too close to the sun; in the song, the subject burns and falls due to the intense feeling of love. Hozier once again challenges the idea of lust as punishable by ignoring the danger of falling because of love: "And though I burn, how could I fall, When I am lifted by every word you say to me?"[18]

"Eat Your Young": "Eat Your Young" reflects the fourth circle of Hell, greed, through the lens of global destruction.[19] Hozier refers to the greed of older generations at the expense of younger generations and children, highlighting the debates of American gun control and corporate greed.[20]The lyric "seven new ways that you can eat your young" is a nod to Buzzfeed articles which present a variety of different hints or solutions to problems. This line also relates to A Modest Proposal, an Irish satirical essay that suggests those in poverty should eat their children and presents six ways to do so.[21]

"Damage Gets Done (feat. Brandi Carlile)": Hozier refers to the circle of greed in "Damage Gets Done (feat. Brandi Carlile)" by addressing how irresponsible actions can have negative effects on both the environment and society as a whole. The song also elaborates on the idea of generational divides; older generations fear the ideas of younger generations and believe that younger generations will ruin traditional social structures.[22]

"Who We Are": Hozier returns to the idea of darkness and the journey back to the light in "Who We Are". Lyrics in this song refer to being born in the darkness of night and having to navigate this darkness.[23]The darkness represents fear of the unknown and how this darkness works with light to represent both the good and bad of life.[24]

"Son of Nyx": "Son of Nyx" is a completely instrumental track that represents the albums turn towards the light in reference to Dante's journey. The song title refers to Nyx, the Greek goddess of night, which once again elaborates on the idea of darkness. The son of Nyx, Charon brings deceased souls across the River Styx, symbolizing the connection between the world and Hell seen throughout the album.[25]"Son of Nyx" also functions as a tribute to co-writer Alex Ryan, whose father's name was Nick.[26]

"All Things End": This song elaborates on the sixth circle of Hell, heresy, in terms of a relationship ending. Hozier highlights how the loss of faith after the end of a relationship goes against everything an individual believed to be true. He also proposes the idea of commitment and permanence in relationships being a dogma he cannot believe in: "When people say something is forever, either way it ends".[27]

"To Someone From A Warm Climate (Uiscefhuaraithe)": Uiscefhuaraithe is a Gaelic word describing something that has been made cold by water.[28] Hozier wrote the song for a lover who is from a warmer climate. "To Someone From A Warm Climate (Uiscefhuaraithe)" expresses how thankful he is to have someone to share a warm bed with his lover in a cold climate like Ireland.[29]

"Butchered Tongue": Hozier utilizes colonialism to express the seventh circle of Hell: violence. Hozier depicts the acts of the Wexford Rebellion through his lyrics to call out colonial violence and the erasure of indigenous language.[30]The song highlights the damages of cultural and language erasure and the violent acts that cause them.[31]

"Anything But": "Anything But" refers to the 8th circle of Hell: fraud. The song appears to be a simple love song, with lyrics depicting kind gestures made by the subject for their lover; however, the lyrics actually represent the subjects desire to push their lover further away.[32] In the song the subject explains that if they had the job of deciding death their partner would live forever, playing with the idea that immortality is eternal torture.[33]

"Abstract (Psychopomp)": "Abstract (Psychopomp)" is written from the perspective of a "Sphinx-like creature" as it appears during the eighth circle of Hell in Dante's Inferno. The song is inspired by a mix of memories from Hozier's childhood, specifically the time when he watched an animal get hit by a car and then moved from the road by a bystander.[34] The alternative title, Psychopomp, elaborates on this memory; Psychopomps are kind figures in Greek mythology that assist souls in their journey to the Underworld, bridging the mortal life and death. Hozier views the stranger from his memory as a Psychopomp for the animal: moving it from the road to the sidewalk where it is able to pass peacefully.[35]

"Unknown/Nth": This song reflects the ninth circle of hell, treachery, through the lens of a heartbreak. In Dante's Inferno, Satan is depicted chewing on the world's most recognizable traitors; Hozier builds on this idea, suggesting that the subject's heart is now the traitor in the mouth of their lover: "you smile now, I can see [the heart's] pieces still stuck in your teeth."[36] Hozier also challenges the idea of angelhood in this song, explaining that everyone will eventually hurt another person.[37]

"First Light": The final song on the album represents the end of the journey through Hell and the ascension to the other side. "First Light" functions as the opposite "De Selby (Part 1)," embracing the idea of reflection in the light rather than the darkness.[38] The song represents the warmth of the sun and is a celebration of a new relationship.[39]

Critical reception

Professional ratings
Aggregate scores
SourceRating
AnyDecentMusic?7.6/10[40]
Metacritic76/100[41]
Review scores
SourceRating
Exclaim!8/10[42]
The Line of Best Fit9/10[43]
Mojo[44]
NME[45]
Paste8.2/10[46]
Pitchfork5.0/10[47]
The Skinny[48]
Uncut7/10[49]

Unreal Unearth received a score of 76 out of 100 on review aggregator Metacritic based on 14 critics' reviews, indicating "generally favorable" reception.[41] Caitlin Chatterton of The Line of Best Fit found that "as well as uplifting Irish culture, the album is keen to demonstrate that Hozier is well versed in the classics" and concluded that "from the folk twang of 'First Time' to the torrential clapping on 'Anything But', this is a Hozier album to the hilt: considered, earnest, and moving".[43] Rho Chung of The Skinny remarked that "Hozier's far-reaching vocal range is on full display" on the album, which Chung called "an eclectic and meandering meditation on love at a time in which our continued existence often feels at odds with the planet's".[48]

CT Jones of Rolling Stone stated that "Hozier doesn't just succeed in exploring that dark emotional world; his painful ascent makes the listener immediately want to climb with him. Even harder, he successfully delivers a third album that doesn't shy away from any topic, even when he doesn't have the answers."[50] Maddison Ryan of Exclaim! described the album as "a journey" that "even without prior knowledge of the album's roots in classic literature, it feels part of a greater mythology", ultimately calling it "the kind of music that people can escape into; the soundtrack to feelings not even Heaven can hold".[42]

Aliya Chaudhry of NME remarked that Unreal Unearth "traverses a variety of styles from softer piano ballads like 'Butchered Tongue' to up-tempo folk-pop 'Anything But' and fuzzy-guitar rock stomp 'Francesca'", making the album "a product of going where the song takes you".[45] Uncut complimented tracks as well, writing that "'De Selby Part 2' shows he can stylishly bring funk and R&B influences to bear. But most distinctive are the Afrobeat touches that lace 'Damage Gets Done' and 'Anything But'".[49]

Sam Eeckhout of Paste stated that the album is "packed full of poetic lyricism, heavyhearted remorse, hopeful anticipation and an honest expression of the joys and sorrow of being a human" and has "a sharp balance" that makes it "never top-heavy" nor "ever stagnant".[46] Mojo wrote that "Hozier's audacity can feel outsized and overbearing, but his tandem of earnestness and eccentricity here is more winning than not".[44] Pitchfork's Peyton Thomas described the album as a "mishmash of mythology and past-date pop that leaves [Hozier] sounding like an interloper".[47]

Year-end lists

Select year-end rankings of Unreal Unearth
PublicationAccoladeRankRef.
The A.V. ClubThe 27 Best Albums of 202322
The Daily TelegraphThe 10 Best Albums of 20239
American SongwriterAmerican Songwriter’s Top 17 Albums of 2023
BillboardThe 50 Best Albums of 2023: Staff List27
HuffPostThe Best Albums Of 2023
EsquireThe 20 Best Albums of 20233
The image shows Hozier's stage from a distance during the Unreal Unearth tour at Leader Bank Pavilion in Boston, MA. Hozier is on stage performing Work Song on the left of the image. The backdrop shows a pink and purple sunset with various spotlights shining down on Hozier. A screen zoomed in on Hozier is to the right of the stage. Red and pink lights project across the venue matching the color scheme of the backdrop.
Unreal Unearth Tour stage during "Work Song"

Unreal Unearth Tour

Hozier announced the Unreal Unearth tour on 17 March 2023, alongside the release of the Eat Your Young EP.[57] The initial leg of the tour spanned across North America and Europe from June through December 2023.[58] On 9 November 2023, Hozier announced a second leg of the United States tour, adding 37 new dates between April and September 2024;[59] 14 new shows were later added on 29 January 2024[60] followed by an additional 6 dates announced on 29 February 2024. The Teskey Brothers, Victoria Canal, Madison Cunningham, Brittany Howard, Lord Huron, and The Last Dinner Party joined Hozier as openers during the initial leg of the tour.[58] Hozier also brought his father, John Byrne, on stage to perform in the encore during the September 30, 2023 performance at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Allison Russell is set to open on the second US leg of the tour.[59] An Australian and New Zealand leg of the tour was announced on 11 March 2024, with Joy Oladokun as the opening act.[61]

The Unreal Unearth Tour setlist included songs from the Unreal Unearth, Wasteland, Baby!, and Hozier albums. The main set openers included songs "De Selby (Part 1)" and "De Selby (Part 2)". "Take Me to Church" and "First Light" closed the set. "Work Song" functioned as the show's encore.[62]

Hozier worked with Production Designer Steven Douglass and Tour Director Duchess Iredale to create the Unreal Unearth tour visuals. The show focuses heavily on the use of projections and lighting. The main stage background features animated projections on a piece of metal mesh; the projections follow the album's journey underground and into Hell.[63]

Track listing

Unreal Unearth track listing
No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."De Selby (Part 1)"Andrew Hozier-Byrne3:39
2."De Selby (Part 2)"
  • Sergiu Gherman
  • Bekon
  • Chakra
  • Pete G
  • Gitelman
  • Hozier-Byrne
  • Marius Feder[a]
3:47
3."First Time"
  • Alex Ryan
  • Hozier-Byrne
  • Gitelman
  • Gitelman
  • Hozier-Byrne
3:53
4."Francesca"
  • Hozier-Byrne
  • Decilveo
4:30
5."I, Carrion (Icarian)"
  • Hozier-Byrne
  • Decilveo
  • Hozier-Byrne
  • Decilveo
3:16
6."Eat Your Young"
  • Hozier-Byrne
  • Tannenbaum
  • Craig Balmoris
  • Krieger
  • Marius Fedor
  • Gonzales
  • Gherman
  • Stuart Johnson
  • Tyler Mehlenbacher
  • Gherman
  • Bekon
  • Pete G
  • Chakra
  • Hozier-Byrne
4:02
7."Damage Gets Done" (with Brandi Carlile)
  • Hozier-Byrne
  • Krieger
  • Tannenbaum
  • Gonzales
  • Gherman
  • Johnson
  • Mehlenbacher
  • Gherman
  • Bekon
  • Pete G
  • Chakra
  • Feder[a]
  • Sariah Mae[a]
4:28
8."Who We Are"
  • Hozier-Byrne
  • Krieger
  • Tannenbaum
  • Gonzales
  • Gherman
  • Gherman
  • Bekon
  • Pete G
  • Chakra
4:05
9."Son of Nyx"
  • Ryan
  • Hozier-Byrne
  • Tannenbaum
  • Bekon
  • Pete G
3:19
10."All Things End"
  • Hozier-Byrne
  • Krieger
  • Gonzales
  • Gherman
  • Tannenbaum
  • Johnson
  • Gherman
  • Bekon
  • Pete G
  • Chakra
  • Feder[a]
3:33
11."To Someone from a Warm Climate (Uiscefhuaraithe)"
  • Hozier-Byrne
  • Gitelman
  • Hozier-Byrne
  • Gitelman
4:00
12."Butchered Tongue"Hozier-Byrne
  • Decilveo
  • Hozier-Byrne
2:29
13."Anything But"
  • Hozier-Byrne
  • Krieger
  • Tannenbaum
  • Fedor
  • Gonzales
  • Gherman
  • Johnson
  • Gherman
  • Bekon
  • Pete G
  • Chakra
3:45
14."Abstract (Psychopomp)"
  • Hozier-Byrne
  • Balmoris
  • Krieger
  • Tannenbaum
  • Gonzales
  • Gherman
  • Johnson
  • Mehlenbacher
  • Gherman
  • Mehlenbacher
  • Bekon
  • Balmoris
  • Pete G
  • Chakra
4:04
15."Unknown / Nth"Hozier-Byrne
  • Hozier-Byrne
  • Sean Cook[a]
4:40
16."First Light"
  • Hozier-Byrne
  • Balmoris
  • Krieger
  • Tannenbaum
  • Gonzales
  • Gherman
  • Johnson
  • Mehlenbacher
  • Balmoris
  • Gherman
  • Mehlenbacher
  • Bekon
  • Pete G
  • Chakra
  • Hozier-Byrne
  • Feder[a]
4:52
Total length:62:22

Note

  • ^[a] signifies an additional producer.

Personnel

Musicians

  • Andrew Hozier-Byrne – vocals (all tracks), melodica (track 3), guitar (4, 5, 12), all instruments (15)
  • Alex Ryan – bass guitar (tracks 1, 2, 4, 5), background vocals (3), keyboards (3), organ (4), piano (5, 12)
  • Sora – cello (1–3, 11)
  • Péter Illényi – conductor (1, 9, 16)
  • Stanley Randolph – drums (1–3)
  • Jeff Gitelman – synthesizer (1, 2, 11), electric guitar (1, 2), acoustic guitar (3), bass guitar (3), piano (11)
  • Peter Gonzales – synthesizer (1, 2, 7, 13, 14), background vocals (7), drum machine (7, 14), drums (8, 10, 13, 16), percussion (8, 10), programming (1, 2, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 13, 14), guitar (7, 14, 16)
  • Ginny Luke – violin (1–3, 11)
  • Budapest Scoring Orchestra – orchestra (1, 9, 16)
  • Jordan Seigel – orchestra (1, 9, 16)
  • Lisa McCormick – French horn (1, 2)
  • Huang Ming Xiang 黄民翔 – pipa (1)
  • Daniel Krieger – bass guitar (2, 6–8, 10, 13, 14, 16), guitar (6–8, 10, 14, 16), acoustic guitar (13)
  • Daniel Lim – cello (2, 6, 10)
  • Daniel Tannenbaum – keyboards (2, 7), strings (2, 6, 7, 9, 10, 14, 16), synthesizer (2, 6–8, 10, 13, 14, 16), background vocals (6, 13, 16), organ (6), piano (8, 10, 14, 16), clapping (13)
  • Stuart Johnson – percussion (2, 8, 10), drums (6–8, 10, 14, 16), programming (8, 10, 14)
  • Sergiu Gherman – programming (2, 7, 8, 10, 13, 14), keyboards (8), clapping (13), drum machine (16)
  • The Whole Soul Strings – strings (2, 6, 10)
  • Drew Alexander Forde – viola (2, 6, 10)
  • Andrew Kwon – violin (2, 6, 10)
  • Haesol Lee – violin (2, 6, 10)
  • Dominique Sanders – bass guitar (3, 11)
  • Jennifer Decilveodrum machine, piano, programming, synthesizer (4, 5, 12)
  • Sam KS – drums (4, 5, 12)
  • David Levita – guitar (4, 5, 12)
  • Aretha Scruggs – choir (6, 10)
  • Charles Jones – choir (6, 10)
  • Danielle Withers – choir (6, 10)
  • David Simmonds – choir (6, 10)
  • Fletcher Sheridan – choir (6, 10)
  • Gregory Fletcher – choir (6, 10)
  • Kadeem Nichols – choir (6, 10)
  • Nayanna Holley – choir (6, 10)
  • Tony Scruggs – choir (6, 10)
  • Craig Balmoris – drum machine (6, 16)
  • Marius Feder – synthesizer (6), clapping (13)
  • Brandi Carlile – vocals (7)

Technical

  • Greg Calbimastering
  • Steve Fallone – mastering (1–3, 5–16)
  • Zach Szydlo – mastering (1–3, 5–14, 16)
  • David Levita – mastering (4)
  • Andrew Schepsmixing
  • Pete G – mixing (1, 9, 10, 13)
  • Mark "Spike" Stent – mixing (2, 7, 16)
  • Shawn Everett – mixing (3)
  • Tom Elmhirst – mixing (6, 8, 14)
  • Jeff Gitelman – engineering (1–3, 11)
  • RJ Cardenas – engineering (1–3, 11
  • Viktor Szabó – engineering (1, 9, 16)
  • Jennifer Decilveo – engineering (4, 5, 12)
  • Nick Squillante – engineering (4, 5, 12)
  • Sean Cook – engineering (4, 5, 12, 15), vocal engineering (6–8, 10, 13, 14, 16)
  • Adam Hong – engineering (6, 8, 14)
  • Matt Anthony – engineering (6, 10, 14, 16)
  • Logan Taylor – engineering (8, 10, 13), engineering assistance (6, 14, 16)
  • Wil Anspach – engineering (10)
  • Daniel Krieger – vocal engineering (6–8, 10, 13, 14, 16)
  • Kieran Beardmore – engineering assistance (1, 7, 16)
  • Liam O'Dowd – engineering assistance (1, 7, 16)
  • Matt Wolach – engineering assistance (1, 7, 16)
  • Greg Truitt – engineering assistance (8, 10, 13)

Charts

Certifications

RegionCertificationCertified units/sales
United Kingdom (BPI)[91]Silver60,000

Sales+streaming figures based on certification alone.

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Artist(s)

Veröffentlichungen von Hozier die im OTRS erhältlich sind/waren:

Unreal Unearth

Hozier auf Wikipedia (oder andere Quellen):

Hozier (2015)

Hozier, eigentlich Andrew Hozier-Byrne (* 17. März 1990 in Bray), ist ein irischer Folkrockmusiker.

Biografie

Andrew Hozier-Byrne wuchs als Sohn eines Bluesmusikers mit Musik auf und trat mit 15 Jahren seiner ersten Band bei. Nach der Schule nahm er ein Schulmusikstudium am Trinity College Dublin auf und gehörte währenddessen dem Universitätsorchester an. Wenig später brach er das Studium ab, um eigene Demos aufzunehmen. Drei Jahre lang war er danach Mitglied des international bekannten klassischen Chors Anúna, dessen Repertoire von Barockmusik über traditionelle irische Folkmusik bis zu Crossover-Pop reicht.

Im Jahr 2012 begann Hozier dann eine Solokarriere und veröffentlichte ein Jahr später seine Debütsingle Take Me to Church. Das Lied erreichte Platz 2 der irischen Singlecharts; es fand im Internet ebenfalls viel Aufmerksamkeit, auch wegen des Videos zum Song, das Homophobie filmisch in Szene setzt. Regisseur Brendan Canty nahm hier Ideen Hoziers auf, Menschenfeindlichkeit gegenüber Homosexuellen und anderen nicht der Heteronormativität entsprechenden Menschen, speziell mit Blick auf die aktuellen Entwicklungen in Russland, zu thematisieren.[1] In Interviews mit der Irish Times wies Hozier darauf hin, dass der Song selbst sich nicht spezifisch auf homosexuelle Liebe bezieht, sondern allgemein auf (sinnliche und sexuelle) Liebe und die Verwandlung des Selbst in einer Beziehung.[2][3]

Während er in Irland mit From Eden und Sedated im Frühjahr bzw. Sommer 2014 zwei weitere Singles veröffentlichte, die beide unter die Top 3 der Charts kamen, wurde die internationale Veröffentlichung von Take Me to Church vorbereitet. In den USA konnte sich erst die EP und später auch das Lied in den jeweiligen Charts platzieren und auch in Deutschland und vielen weiteren europäischen Ländern kam es in die Top 5. In Österreich, der Schweiz, Flandern und Schweden erreichte es Platz eins. Das nach ihm selbst benannte Debütalbum Hozier erschien in Irland am 19. September 2014. Im selben Jahr erhielt er den European Border Breakers Award.

Diskografie

Studioalben

JahrTitel
Musiklabel
Höchstplatzierung, Gesamtwochen, AuszeichnungChartplatzierungenChartplatzierungen[4]
(Jahr, Titel, Musiklabel, Plat­zie­rungen, Wo­chen, Aus­zeich­nungen, Anmer­kungen)
Anmerkungen
 DE AT CH UK US IE
2014Hozier
Rubyworks Limited / Universal Music
DE14
Gold
Gold

(25 Wo.)DE
AT22
Platin
Platin

(20 Wo.)AT
CH14
(42 Wo.)CH
UK3
Doppelplatin
×2
Doppelplatin

(… Wo.)Template:Charttabelle/Wartung/vorläufigUK
US2
Dreifachplatin
×3
Dreifachplatin

(… Wo.)Template:Charttabelle/Wartung/vorläufigUS
IE1
Dreifachplatin
×3
Dreifachplatin
[5]
(… Wo.)Template:Charttabelle/Wartung/vorläufigIE
Erstveröffentlichung: 20. Juli 2014
Verkäufe: + 4.455.000
2019Wasteland, Baby!
Rubyworks Limited / Universal Music
DE15
(3 Wo.)DE
AT18
(2 Wo.)AT
CH16
(3 Wo.)CH
UK6
Gold
Gold

(7 Wo.)UK
US1
Gold
Gold

(13 Wo.)US
IE1
(89 Wo.)IE
Erstveröffentlichung: 1. März 2019
Verkäufe: + 690.000
2023Unreal Unearth
Rubyworks Limited / Universal Music
DE4
(4 Wo.)DE
AT7
(3 Wo.)AT
CH5
(2 Wo.)CH
UK1
Silber
Silber

(12 Wo.)UK
US3
(22 Wo.)US
IE1
(… Wo.)Template:Charttabelle/Wartung/vorläufig/2023IE
Erstveröffentlichung: 18. August 2023
Verkäufe: + 60.000

EPs

JahrTitelHöchstplatzierung, Gesamtwochen, AuszeichnungChartplatzierungenChartplatzierungen[4]
(Jahr, Titel, Plat­zie­rungen, Wo­chen, Aus­zeich­nungen, Anmer­kungen)
Anmerkungen
 CH US
2013Take Me to ChurchUS107
(1 Wo.)US
Erstveröffentlichung: 29. November 2013
2018Nina Cried PowerUS60
(1 Wo.)US
Erstveröffentlichung: 7. September 2018
2024UnheardCH57
(1 Wo.)CH
US10
(… Wo.)Template:Charttabelle/Wartung/vorläufig/2024US
Erstveröffentlichung: 22. März 2024

Weitere EPs

  • 2014: From Eden
  • 2015: Live in America
  • 2023: Eat Your Young

Singles

JahrTitel
Album
Höchstplatzierung, Gesamtwochen, AuszeichnungChartplatzierungenChartplatzierungen[4]
(Jahr, Titel, Album, Plat­zie­rungen, Wo­chen, Aus­zeich­nungen, Anmer­kungen)
Anmerkungen
 DE AT CH UK US IE
2014From Eden
Hozier • From Eden
UK69
Gold
Gold

(3 Wo.)UK
US
Platin
Platin
US
IE2
(74 Wo.)IE
Erstveröffentlichung: 10. März 2014
Verkäufe: + 1.515.000
Take Me to Church
Hozier • Take Me to Church
DE2
Siebenfachgold
×7
Siebenfachgold

(62 Wo.)DE
AT1
Platin
Platin

(42 Wo.)AT
CH1
Platin
Platin

(68 Wo.)CH
UK2
Sechsfachplatin
×6
Sechsfachplatin

(… Wo.)Template:Charttabelle/Wartung/vorläufigUK
US2
Diamant + Dreifachplatin
Diamant + Dreifachplatin
×3
Diamant + Dreifachplatin

(41 Wo.)US
IE2
(148 Wo.)IE
Erstveröffentlichung: 20. März 2014
Verkäufe: + 22.013.333
Sedated
Hozier
IE3
(37 Wo.)IE
Erstveröffentlichung: 20. Mai 2014
Promosingle
2015Work Song
Hozier
UK
Gold
Gold
UK
US
Dreifachplatin
×3
Dreifachplatin
US
IE47
(10 Wo.)IE
Erstveröffentlichung: 16. März 2015
Verkäufe: + 3.650.000; Promosingle
Someone New
Hozier
UK19
Platin
Platin

(21 Wo.)UK
US
Doppelplatin
×2
Doppelplatin
US
IE13
(53 Wo.)IE
Erstveröffentlichung: 23. März 2015
Verkäufe: + 2.915.000
Jackie and Wilson
Hozier
UK
Silber
Silber
UK
US
Platin
Platin
US
IE68
(14 Wo.)IE
Erstveröffentlichung: 29. September 2015
Verkäufe: + 1.280.000; Promosingle
2016Cherry Wine (Live)
IE73
(5 Wo.)IE
Erstveröffentlichung: 12. Februar 2016
Verkäufe: + 400.000
Better Love
Legend of Tarzan O.S.T.
IE72
(2 Wo.)IE
Erstveröffentlichung: 17. Juni 2016
2018Nina Cried Power
Wasteland, Baby! • Nina Cried Power
UK87
(1 Wo.)UK
IE10
(10 Wo.)IE
Erstveröffentlichung: 6. September 2018
Verkäufe: + 40.000; feat. Mavis Staples
Movement
Wasteland, Baby!
UK
Silber
Silber
UK
US
Gold
Gold
US
IE40
(10 Wo.)IE
Erstveröffentlichung: 16. November 2018
Verkäufe: + 800.000
2019Almost (Sweet Music)
Wasteland, Baby!
UK82
Gold
Gold

(4 Wo.)UK
US
Platin
Platin
US
IE8
(13 Wo.)IE
Erstveröffentlichung: 18. Januar 2019
Verkäufe: + 1.580.000
To Noise Making (Sing)
Wasteland, Baby!
IE44
(1 Wo.)IE
Erstveröffentlichung: 15. Februar 2019
Promosingle
2020The Parting Glass (Live From The Late Late Show)
IE44
(1 Wo.)IE
Erstveröffentlichung: 17. April 2020
2021Tell It to My Heart
DE70
(4 Wo.)DE
CH65
(2 Wo.)CH
UK46
Silber
Silber

(11 Wo.)UK
US
Gold
Gold
US
IE13
(18 Wo.)IE
Erstveröffentlichung: 29. Oktober 2021
Verkäufe: + 860.000; Meduza feat. Hozier
2022Swan Upon Leda
IE33
(2 Wo.)IE
Erstveröffentlichung: 7. Oktober 2022
2023Eat Your Young
Unreal Unearth • Eat Your Young
DE—⁠aDEAT45
(1 Wo.)AT
CH73
(2 Wo.)CH
UK22
Silber
Silber

(9 Wo.)UK
US67
Gold
Gold

(2 Wo.)US
IE7
(9 Wo.)IE
Erstveröffentlichung: 17. März 2023
Verkäufe: + 700.000
Francesca
Unreal Unearth
IE37
(6 Wo.)IE
Erstveröffentlichung: 19. Mai 2023
Unknown / Nth
Unreal Unearth
IE42
(2 Wo.)IE
Erstveröffentlichung: 23. Juni 2023
De Selby (Part 2)
Unreal Unearth
IE30
(4 Wo.)IE
Erstveröffentlichung: 21. Juli 2023
De Selby (Part 1)
Unreal Unearth
IE34
(1 Wo.)IE
Erstveröffentlichung: 18. August 2023
Damage Gets Done
Unreal Unearth
UK86
(1 Wo.)UK
IE67
(1 Wo.)IE
Erstveröffentlichung: 25. August 2023
feat. Brandi Carlile
Northern Attitude
Stick Season
US37
Gold
Gold

(12 Wo.)US
Erstveröffentlichung: 10. November 2023
Noah Kahan feat. Hozier
2024Too Sweet
Unheard
DE10
(… Wo.)Template:Charttabelle/Wartung/vorläufig/2024DE
AT6
(… Wo.)Template:Charttabelle/Wartung/vorläufig/2024AT
CH5
(… Wo.)Template:Charttabelle/Wartung/vorläufig/2024CH
UK1
Gold
Gold

(… Wo.)Template:Charttabelle/Wartung/vorläufig/2024UK
US1
(… Wo.)Template:Charttabelle/Wartung/vorläufig/2024US
IE1
(… Wo.)Template:Charttabelle/Wartung/vorläufig/2024IE
Erstveröffentlichung: 29. März 2024
Verkäufe: + 465.000
Folgende Lieder erschienen nicht als Single, wurden aber durch das Album zu Download und Streaming bereitgestellt und konnten somit eine Platzierung erlangen:
2015Angel of Small Death & the Codeine Scene
Hozier
UK
Silber
Silber
UK
US
Gold
Gold
US
IE34
(32 Wo.)IE
Verkäufe: + 740.000
Cherry Wine
Hozier
UK
Gold
Gold
UK
US
Platin
Platin
US
IE56
(8 Wo.)IE
Verkäufe: + 1.080.000
Like Real People Do
Hozier
UK
Silber
Silber
UK
US
Platin
Platin
US
IE69
(5 Wo.)IE
Verkäufe: + 1.280.000
To Be Alone
Hozier
US
Gold
Gold
US
IE74
(6 Wo.)IE
Verkäufe: + 540.000
2018NFWMB
Nina Cried Power
IE27
(3 Wo.)IE
Shrike
Nina Cried Power / Wasteland, Baby!
US
Gold
Gold
US
IE31
(3 Wo.)IE
Verkäufe: + 580.000
2023All Things End
Eat Your Young
IE30
(1 Wo.)IE
Charteinstieg: 24. März 2023
Through Me (The Flood)
Eat Your Young
IE40
(1 Wo.)IE
Charteinstieg: 24. März 2023
2024Wildflower and Barley
Unheard
UK86
(1 Wo.)UK
IE35
(… Wo.)Template:Charttabelle/Wartung/vorläufig/2024IE
Charteinstieg: 29. März 2024
feat. Allison Russell
Empire Now
Unheard
UK92
(1 Wo.)UK
IE39
(… Wo.)Template:Charttabelle/Wartung/vorläufig/2024IE
Charteinstieg: 29. März 2024
a 
Eat Your Young konnte sich nicht in den offiziellen deutschen Singlecharts platzieren, erreichte jedoch Rang sieben der Single-Trend-Charts (24. März 2023).[6]

Weitere Singles

  • 2019: Dinner & Diatribes

Auszeichnungen für Musikverkäufe

Silberne Schallplatte

Goldene Schallplatte

  • Australien Australien
    • 2019: für die Single From Eden
    • 2024: für die Single Too Sweet
  • Brasilien Brasilien
    • 2016: für das Album Hozier[7]
    • 2024: für die Single Movement
    • 2024: für die Single Work Song
    • 2024: für die Single Almost (Sweet Music)
  • Danemark Dänemark
    • 2023: für die Single Someone New
  • Italien Italien
    • 2019: für die Single Someone New
    • 2019: für das Album Hozier
    • 2022: für die Single Tell It to My Heart
  • Kanada Kanada
    • 2021: für das Lied Angel of Small Death & the Codeine Scene
    • 2021: für das Lied To Be Alone
    • 2024: für das Lied Nina Cried Power
    • 2024: für das Lied Wasteland, Baby!
  • Mexiko Mexiko
    • 2015: für die Single Take Me to Church
  • Neuseeland Neuseeland
    • 2015: für die Single Someone New
  • Polen Polen
    • 2022: für die Single Tell It to My Heart
    • 2023: für das Album Wasteland, Baby!
  • Portugal Portugal
    • 2022: für die Single Tell It to My Heart[8]
  • Singapur Singapur
    • 2019: für das Album Hozier
  • Vereinigte Staaten Vereinigte Staaten
    • 2023: für das Lied Arsonist’s Lullabye
    • 2023: für das Lied Would That I

Platin-Schallplatte

  • Australien Australien
    • 2019: für die Single Someone New
  • Danemark Dänemark
    • 2014: für das Streaming Take Me to Church
  • Kanada Kanada
    • 2021: für das Lied Cherry Wine
    • 2021: für die Single From Eden
    • 2021: für die Single Jackie and Wilson
    • 2021: für das Lied Like Real People Do
    • 2023: für die Single Tell It to My Heart
    • 2024: für das Album Wasteland, Baby!
    • 2024: für die Single Movement
    • 2024: für das Lied Shrike
    • 2024: für das Lied Would That I
  • Neuseeland Neuseeland
    • 2024: für die Single Too Sweet
  • Niederlande Niederlande
    • 2015: für das Album Hozier
  • Norwegen Norwegen
    • 2016: für das Album Hozier
  • Schweden Schweden
    • 2015: für das Album Hozier

2× Platin-Schallplatte

  • Australien Australien
    • 2021: für das Album Hozier
  • Danemark Dänemark
    • 2021: für das Album Hozier
  • Kanada Kanada
    • 2021: für die Single Someone New
    • 2021: für die Single Work Song
    • 2024: für die Single Almost (Sweet Music)
  • Neuseeland Neuseeland
    • 2024: für die Single Work Song
  • Polen Polen
    • 2017: für das Album Hozier
  • Portugal Portugal
    • 2021: für die Single Take Me to Church[9]

3× Platin-Schallplatte

  • Belgien Belgien
    • 2016: für die Single Take Me to Church
  • Kanada Kanada
    • 2019: für das Album Hozier
  • Niederlande Niederlande
    • 2023: für die Single Take Me to Church
  • Spanien Spanien
    • 2024: für die Single Take Me to Church

4× Platin-Schallplatte

  • Danemark Dänemark
    • 2022: für die Single Take Me to Church

5× Platin-Schallplatte

7× Platin-Schallplatte

  • Italien Italien
    • 2018: für die Single Take Me to Church
  • Norwegen Norwegen
    • 2016: für die Single Take Me to Church

8× Platin-Schallplatte

  • Neuseeland Neuseeland
    • 2024: für die Single Take Me to Church

9× Platin-Schallplatte

  • Schweden Schweden
    • 2016: für die Single Take Me to Church

16× Platin-Schallplatte

  • Australien Australien
    • 2024: für die Single Take Me to Church

Diamantene Schallplatte

  • Frankreich Frankreich
    • 2017: für die Single Take Me to Church
  • Kanada Kanada
    • 2019: für die Single Take Me to Church

Anmerkung: Auszeichnungen in Ländern aus den Charttabellen bzw. Chartboxen sind in ebendiesen zu finden.

Land/RegionAus­zeich­nung­en für Mu­sik­ver­käu­fe
(Land/Region, Auszeichnungen, Verkäufe, Quellen)
Silber Gold Platin DiamantVer­käu­feQuel­len
 Australien (ARIA)0! S 2× Gold2 19× Platin190! D1.300.000aria.com.au
 Belgien (BRMA)0! S0! G 3× Platin30! D90.000ultratop.be
 Brasilien (PMB)0! S 4× Gold40! P0! D90.000pro-musicabr.org.br
 Dänemark (IFPI)0! S Gold1 7× Platin70! D445.000ifpi.dk
 Deutschland (BVMI)0! S 2× Gold2 3× Platin30! D1.150.000musikindustrie.de
 Frankreich (SNEP)0! S0! G0! P Diamant1233.333snepmusique.com
 Irland (IRMA)0! S0! G 3× Platin30! D45.000Einzelnachweise
 Italien (FIMI)0! S 3× Gold3 7× Platin70! D450.000fimi.it
 Kanada (MC)0! S 4× Gold4 18× Platin18 Diamant12.400.000musiccanada.com
 Mexiko (AMPROFON)0! S Gold10! P0! D30.000amprofon.com.mx
 Neuseeland (RMNZ)0! S Gold1 16× Platin160! D412.500nztop40.co.nz
 Niederlande (NVPI)0! S0! G 4× Platin40! D280.000nvpi.nl
 Norwegen (IFPI)0! S0! G 8× Platin80! D310.000ifpi.no
 Österreich (IFPI)0! S0! G 2× Platin20! D45.000ifpi.at
 Polen (ZPAV)0! S 2× Gold2 2× Platin20! D75.000olis.pl
 Portugal (AFP)0! S Gold1 2× Platin20! D25.000Einzelnachweise
 Schweden (IFPI)0! S0! G 10× Platin100! D400.000sverigetopplistan.se
 Schweiz (IFPI)0! S0! G Platin10! D30.000hitparade.ch
 Singapur (RIAS)0! S Gold10! P0! D5.000rias.org.sg
 Spanien (Promusicae)0! S0! G 3× Platin30! D180.000elportaldemusica.es
 Vereinigte Staaten (RIAA)0! S 10× Gold10 16× Platin16 Diamant131.000.000riaa.com
 Vereinigtes Königreich (BPI) 8× Silber8 5× Gold5 10× Platin100! D8.360.000bpi.co.uk
Insgesamt 8× Silber8 38× Gold38 133× Platin133 3× Diamant3

Weblinks

Commons: Hozier (musician) – Sammlung von Bildern

Einzelnachweise

  1. Aussagen von Hozier auf State.ie (Memento vom 25. September 2013 im Internet Archive), abgerufen am 2. Oktober 2014
  2. Ausführliches Interview von Una Mulally mit Hozier von September 2014, abgerufen am 9. Oktober 2014
  3. Interview Hoziers mit der Irish Times aus 2013 (Memento vom 23. Dezember 2015 im Internet Archive), abgerufen am 9. Oktober 2014
  4. a b c Chartquellen: DE AT CH UK US IE
  5. 3× Platin für Hozier in Irland
  6. Offizielle Single Trending Charts. In: mtv.de. GfK Entertainment, 24. März 2023, abgerufen am 31. März 2023.
  7. Gold für Hozier in Brasilien
  8. Gold für Tell It to My Heart in Portugal
  9. 2× Platin für Take Me to Church in Portugal

Hozier ¦ Unreal Unearth
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