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When a German band makes Irish music and calls their record Green Blood, it makes you think if something went wrong in the thought process. But The O’Reillys and the Paddyhats are by no means a goose who thinks it’s a fox. They are much more fox and goose in one. Because Green Blood is the term for what the seven Irish Folk Punkers and their audience have felt for years. It does not stand for the origin of the green island, but for the love of it. That’s why it’s true what’s sung in the popular Irish Pub song: “Wherever you go around the world, you’ll find an Irish Pub”. You do not have to be an Irishman to love the Celtic music developed by migration and immigration. You do not have to have red pubic hair and shamrocks in your wallet to drink Guinness. The stereotypes are old and yet there are so many in them and the love for the green island again. Now finally it says one, whether you come from Hong Kong or Castrop Rauxel – you, too can have the green blood in you. This new album will cast a spell on you. 13 titles about love, sex, fight, old and new dreams but also songs about worries can be found on ‘Green Blood.’ It’s an album that builds the bridge to those who have always carried the green blood and those who want it. Because the yearning for Green Blood is insatiable.