Dublin-based with Clare and Connemara connections, Eoghan and Ultan have been playing together for many years in bands including Skippers Alley. Their involvement with Manx singer Ruth Kegginand with the international Gaelic project ‘Aon Teanga (OneTongue)’ took them to Highland Scotland, where they recorded at Watercolour Music in Lochaber. Their debut album Solas an Lae is a compelling exploration of the relationship between fiddle and voice, a unique dialogue that blends raw, rugged earth with the ethereal otherworld. Bouncing songs and strings off one another, the duo has created an album that emerges viscerally from the sean-nós roots of upbringing to blossom into two of the most articulate Irish musical voices on the scene today.
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