Irglová was a member of the band The Swell Season with Glen Hansard.
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The film won the World Cinema Audience Award for a dramatic film at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival.
Hansard played a large part not only in her development as an artist and songwriter but also in launching her career.
Hansard has recorded several cover songs, both alone and with band member Colm Mac Con Iomaire, for the Today FM discs Even Better than the Real Thing. In the summer of 2011, he joined Eddie Vedder on his American solo tour in support of Vedder's solo album, Ukulele Songs.
Songs that he has recorded include Justin Timberlake's "Cry Me a River" on Even Better than the Real Thing Vol. He played a solo concert at the opening of the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Guitar Heroes exhibit in New York City in May 2011.
in The Huffington Post with Irglova, it was revealed that Hansard was preparing a solo album and that there was a very possible third release from The Swell Season.
This solo album was later revealed to be titled Rhythm and Repose.
) (born 28 February 1988, in Valašské Meziříčí, Czechoslovakia now Czech Republic) is a Czech singer-songwriter, musician and actress.
In 2008 she won the Academy Award for Best Original Song for "Falling Slowly", which was co-written with Glen Hansard.
In the episode, "Trouble in Candyland", he performed "High Hope", a single from his solo debut Rhythm and Repose.
Hansard and The Frames toured as the support act for Bob Dylan in Australia and New Zealand in August 2007 and Hansard often performs Van Morrison's songs in concert.
In 2009, Hansard said that he and Irglova were no longer romantically linked, and that they are now "good friends".