Enya: A Treatise on Unguilty Pleasures: In defence of much-maligned musical comfort food

A slim polemic arguing the case for Enya’s back catalogue barely scratches the surface of its subject

3rd January, 2021
Enya: A Treatise on Unguilty Pleasures: In defence of much-maligned musical comfort food
‘When I listen to Enya, I imagine myself a baby being lulled to sleep by an Irish fairy princess,‘ Gonzales writes in his book-length essay about artistic snobbery. Photo: Getty

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Enya: A Treatise on Unguilty Pleasures

By Chilly Gonzales

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