Listen above: Simon Raymonde is known to many music fans as the bass player and keyboardist in the iconic trio Cocteau Twins, from 1983 until 1997.

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But that same year, 1997, he and fellow Cocteau Twin Robin Guthrie formed a record label, Bella Union, that was to become equally acclaimed, lauded across the industry for its championing of musicians from Fleet Foxes, to The Flaming Lips and our own Fionn Regan.

Simon Raymonde joined presenter Sean Rocks on RTÉ Arena to talk about his newest musical venture, his first as a musician in 20 years - a project entitled Lost Horizons, which he founded with an erstwhile musical partner, Richie Thomas.

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Last December, Lost Horizons released the first of a two-part project called In Quiet Moments. Part 2 of In Quiet Moments will be released on Friday, February 26.