How to keep the Australian accent alive after a break from the English

A broken accent has been the lifeblood of many Irish music acts, and it’s not just music.

We talk to a few of the world’s biggest bands about their own roots, and why they chose to be British.

English band Belly is the only one to use English for their name, but they’ve been doing it for nearly 20 years.

They’re also one of the few bands to still play in English.

“It’s just a way of getting in with the community, getting into the music scene, being in the mainstream,” frontman Andrew Coughlan told RN Breakfast.

“We’re always in the public eye.”

Andrew said they chose English because it’s what they were exposed to growing up.

“My mum, who was a schoolteacher, was the only Irish person she knew who didn’t speak English,” he said.

“We’re just trying to be authentic to our culture.” “

I’ve never really understood why English is more popular in Australia than in Ireland.”

“We’re just trying to be authentic to our culture.”

Andrew and his band, Belly, have been performing in English ever since.

He said the accent is a natural part of their lives.

“English is my language,” Andrew said.

He’s been living in Ireland for almost 20 years, and he’s had a great time so far.

“Everywhere we’ve gone we’ve had people come up and ask us to play English songs and we’ve been able to play a bit of pop music, but it’s been a bit more subdued.”

Andrew said he likes to play in pubs in Dublin.

“There’s always a crowd that wants to see us and you can get to a certain point where it’s just not working,” he added.

“You can’t be as cool as you want to be, you can’t play as much, but you’re still getting paid for it.”

He said he also likes to see a lot of Irish people in the city.

“A lot of people come out for Irish music because it helps you get over things that you would normally feel embarrassed about,” he explained.

Belly’s new album, My Beautiful Name, was released in January.

They played their first gig in Australia last week, playing at the O2 Arena in Sydney.