Monday March 30, 2020

Doing it for themselves

Trad-electronica duo Saint Sister tell Nadine O’Regan about asserting themselves in an industry full of perils as they prepare to release their debut album

Nadine O’Regan

Arts Editor and Columnist

23rd September, 2018
Trad-electronica group Saint Sister, Gemma Doherty and Morgan MacIntyre Pic: Veronika Faustmann

The music industry has a habit of eating its young. That’s a reality that Morgan MacIntyre – one half of the trad-electronica group Saint Sister – knows all too well. Having formed the duo in 2014, MacIntyre recalls that when she and her bandmate Gemma Doherty first started off, they were innocent types. “We were so green and eager to learn that we would have said yes to everything and not trusted our instincts,” MacIntyre...

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