Brand new music from Varient Sea Sometimes in life music transports you on a journey somewhere new. You’re not sure where it’s leading you but you do know it would be foolish not to follow. Variant Sea Wildwoods offers that simple momentary escape. Having one of “those days”, I scrolled through emails and opened this one from […] The post Ceol Nua: Varient Sea – Wildwoods appeared first on Ceol Caint.
New Music from The Dublin City Rounders Dublin’s favourite rockabilly brothers are back, this time as a foursome. The Dublin City Rounders have released a quirky new, old style video for their song ‘How Could I Say No’. Doing what they do best, that Blues and Rockabilly twang like nobody else can; The Dublin City Rounders […] The post Ceol Nua: Dublin City Rounders – How Could I Say No appeared first on Ceol Caint.
The Crayon Set pay tribute to 1916 For the weekend that’s in it, here’s more amazing music from The Crayon Set; paying tribute of our national heritage. Released around Easter Weekend, we thought we’d give it a plug on the actual 1916 anniversary. O’Connell Street 1916 is once more a testament to the incredible song […] The post Ceol Nua: The Crayon Set – O’Connell Street, 1916 appeared first on Ceol Caint.
Luke Clerkin releases debut single “Stones” Mental health activist Luke Clerkin has released his debut single “Stones” with proceeds going to Cycle Against Suicide. Luke has toured extensively, playing over 250 gigs in 2015 alone. With a focus this year on releasing music to a wider audience, he has his sight sets high. Of course […] The post Ceol Nua: Luke Clerkin – Stones appeared first on Ceol Caint.
Irish band Harbouring Oceans release new single Enso Without wanting to be crude, the first few seconds of Enso by Harbouring Oceans evoked a “Fuck YEAH”, out of me. With a vocal ability to silence a crowded room and a soulful song which will just blow you away, it’s hard to believe this is a debut […] The post Ceol Nua: Harbouring Oceans – Enso appeared first on Ceol Caint.