The Merry Sisters Of Fate

On Lunasa's third album, the alchemy is much as before, aided and abetted by the subtle playing of guest musicians of the calibre of Ed Deane, Kieran Wilde, and Frames man David Odlum

In the ongoing debate about retention or invention in...

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