One of Ireland's most intimate music festivals is already gearing up to bring some of the best performers back to Dingle, six months away.
Other Voices is repeatedly described as 'magical', and last year it didn't disappoint in bringing acts like All Twins, Pixie Geldof and Le Galaxie to the tiny West of Ireland town.
The Church of Saint James plays host to the 'headline' acts, although there are no airs, graces or VIP passes for this gem of a festival. Most of the acts perform for free in tiny pubs dotted around the town, some of which still double-up as hardware stores.
Other Voices has become increasingly popular in recent years, and last year was sponsored by eir. Organisers have told people planning to go along this December to "keep an eye out for some exciting news over the next few weeks."
The festival is filmed each year for RTE2 and is presented by Dublin export Annie Mac and her BBC co-presenter Huw Stephens. Check back here for more details on the 16th series of Other Voices.
Other Voices will also return to Electric Picnic this September, where fans will be able to catch some of those magical musical moments ahead of the December event.