- 25 May 21
Take a look at the live rendition of 'Manchester Air' below.
Marking the third anniversary of Ireland's historic referendum to repeal the Eighth Amendment, Saint Sister have shared a powerful video for their song 'Manchester Air', recorded live on a beach in Dublin.
The track is taken from the acclaimed Irish duo's highly anticipated new album, Where I Should End, out on June 25.
"We wrote 'Manchester Air' on Inis Oírr 3 years ago," Saint Sister wrote on Instagram today. "It was the week leading up to the Repeal referendum and our heads were full of anger, panic and hope. This song is for every woman who's ever had to travel for basic health care. We're with you wherever you had to go."
Take a look at the video for 'Manchester Air', directed by Ellius Grace, below:
Where I Should End was recorded at The Meadow Studio, Co. Wicklow with Rian Trench and mixed in Berlin with Benedikt MacIsaac. Layering synths and drum machines with harp, strings and piano, the record opens new sonic avenues for Saint Sister, while showcasing their most honest song-writing to date.
The album follows their stunning 2018 debut Shape of Silence, which received critical acclaim and nominations for both Album of The Year at the 2018 Choice Music Prize and the Northern Irish Music Prize.
Stay tuned for an upcoming interview with Saint Sister in Hot Press, coming soon...
- Live Review
- 27 Mar 23