Siobhán Long in Times review of This is How We Fly

“Ó Raghallaigh’s own tunes were a celebration of circular motion. Ellipses and What What What delved deep into the heart of recurring chord sequences, as if they were the illicit offspring of Martin Hayes, whose love for unpicking well-worn traditional tunes to unveil their simple essence is almost a trademark by now… Traditional music shot through with the adrenaline of contemporary influences: a lethal but irresistible cocktail… This Is How We Fly is a quartet soaked in tradition, but intent, just as TS Eliot sagely suggested, not to drag it around with them like a dead load, but to harvest fresh bounties from the seeds of their inheritance.” (Times) >>>


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