'Liquid Sunshine' is the second album from Irish Hammond organ trio ORGANICS (Justin Carroll - Hammond Organ, Kevin Brady - Drums and John Moriarty - Guitar). With an internationally acclaimed debut album (New Light, 2005) under their belts ("One of the finest debut recordings" Record Collector Magazine 2005) ORGANICS recorded their second album with one of Germany\'s leading jazz sound engineers and it will be released through LRP Records. Featuring a balance of original compositions by all three members, 'Liquid Sunshine' also includes some gems of the engaging and interesting arrangements this group has come to be known by, such as the classic Duke Ellington tune \'Azure\', and \'Songs of Love\', more commonly known as the theme tune to the popular TV series \' Father Ted\', written by Neil Hannon, front man with the orchestral pop group The Divine Comedy. Organics, Ireland's foremost Hammond organ jazz trio, have been performing and composing professionally since 1997. They have toured Ireland extensively and are regulars at the major music festivals in Dublin, Galway, Waterford, Belfast. Since 2001, Organics have opened for leading International groups such as Gil Scott-Heron in Vicar Street, Dublin, Swedish piano trio E.S.T, the legendary Herbie Hancock's 'Headhunters' and electronic pioneer Bugge Wesseltoft at The 2005 Bud Rising Festival. The trio made their debut performance at the Glasgow International Jazz Festival in 2007. A regular feature of the Cork Jazz Festival since 1997, including performing as the house band for the jam session three years running, they were also critically acclaimed for their performance with Saxophonist Bobby Watson (Art Blakey + The Jazz Messengers) at the 2004 Cork Jazz festival. One of the most exciting sounds to emerge from the Irish jazz scene, Organics have established a musical expression uniquely their own. The group features three of the country's brightest jazz musicians, Justin Carroll (Hammond Organ), John Moriarty (Guitar) and Kevin Brady (Drums).