- 18 Nov 21
The final song from Clare Sands' four-part music and film series has just arrived.
Releasing the final song from her four-part project Tírdreacha agus Fuaimdreacha (Landscapes & Soundscapes), Clare Sands has teamed up with Liam Ó Maonlaí on 'Teacht an Fhómhair'.
Meaning Autumn's Arrival in English, the Cork singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist decided to work with the Hothouse Flowers frontman on the final entry in her four-part music and video series.
The music video for 'Teacht an Fhómhair', created by visual artists and twin sisters Liadain Ni Bhraonáin and Kasia Kaminska, was shot in three different locations around Inistioge, Kilkenny, "capturing this world and the otherworld, the darkness, and the light."
Tírdreacha agus Fuaimdreacha spans over four seasons, with a song also one for each province of Ireland.
Clare Sands has collaborated with other critically acclaimed artists on these songs, including Susan O'Neill, Steve Cooney with Tommy Sands and Brídín.
Each collaboration has "explored the nooks and crannies of Ireland's sights and sounds, whilst pushing the boundaries of Folk music in an inviting and invigorating way", according to a press release.
In other news, Clare also recently collaborated with Jack O'Rourke on his latest record Wild Place, released last week.
Watch the video for Clare Sands' final song from her Tírdreacha agus Fuaimdreacha project with Liam Ó Maonlaí below.