- 09 Aug 18
Two years ago, the Cork multi-instrumentalist released a trad-influenced debut album, Join Me At The Table. However, stunning new track 'The Malecón Reel' sees her adopting a jazzier, more global sound.
"Since the first album, I traveled Cuba and the Americas. They have the best music. It rubbed off. What I'm writing now is very Latin sounding," says Sands.
Gigging nowadays with the likes of Mary Coughlan, Mick Flannery and Mundy, she's played her biggest show, for 15,000 people at Liverpool's Feis festival, alongside Imelda May and Shane MacGowan.