The Guardian festival blog: Julie Fowlis/Celtic Connections gala review – Gaelic song in full force | Music
‘Because this is happening in a Gaelic song,” jokes Julie Fowlis, “we know it won’t end well.” Fowlis wears her tradition lightly and deeply. It’s a pivot that comes with assurance; the Gaelic singer/multi-instrumentalist is a seasoned TV presenter, a poster girl for Gaelic culture, a bonafide trad music star whose slick fifth studio album, Alterum, has just been released. Nothing to prove here.
On Alterum, Fowlis explores supernatural places and spaces – an orphic world of selkies, kelpies and whispering birds. And, like everything at her Celtic Connections show, she treats the theme with a…
Straight from The Guardian
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