- 14 Oct 19
The duo holed up in NYC to record alongside some legendary backing musicians.
Today, acclaimed Irish duo The Lost Brothers, Oisin Leech and Mark McCausland have announced a forthcoming album entitled After The Fire After The Rain slated for release in early 2020. They've also delivered the first track 'Fugitive Moon'. Additionally, they've announced they'll be playing Dublin's Vicar Street on Saturday, March 21st.
After the Fire After the Rain was recorded in New York City and features the likes M. Ward and Tony Garnier, the longtime bassist of Bob Dylan. According to M. Ward, "the lost brothers have a sound, harmony, and spirit that, if there is any justice, will outlive us all."
Speaking of the new track 'Fugitive Moon' and the album Oisín states “for years we’ve always looked across the ocean to American roots folk and blues for inspiration. On this album and this new song 'Fugitive Moon,' we turned homewards and gave a nod to the places that our special to us- I’m fortunate that the river Boyne runs very close to where I live in Meath. More than any other album," continues Oisín, “these songs are inspired by where we grew up, our native land, with all its rain, dreams and storms.”
Be sure to snag your tickets to see the Lost Brother at Dublin's Vicar Street here.