Sunday February 16, 2020

Album reviews

18th August, 2019
4

Fionn Regan’s enchanting sixth album, entirely composed in his native Bray, is a gentle ode to coastal life and the romance and remembrance it evokes. Cala, named after the Spanish word for cove, is a short and sweet affair, with a lullaby quality throughout its ten songs where, only occasional, subtle changes in tempo rock the boat. Regan has refined his craft over the years to the extent that his dreamy, pared-back compositions float by...

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