Clang Sayne and Vanishing Lakes

Clang Sayne and Vanishing Lakes

Sunday, 17 December 2017, 7.30pm

Critically acclaimed Quartet Clang Sayne set to play The Fumbally Stables

Double Bill with Vanishing Lakes (Adrian Crowley, Matthew Nolan, Mary Barncutt)
Doors 7.30pm, Show at 8pm, Sunday 17th December
Tickets €12 from Tickets.ie (http://bit.ly/2A3prv7)

“Clang Sayne’s incredible sense of sonic adventure makes them a live experience not to be missed.” Roisin Dwyer, Hot Press

“The hypnotic, hymnal nature of these songs fuels a desire to unravel their mysteries.”
Lauren Murphy, The Irish Times

Following the release of their second album, The Round Soul of the World earlier this year, the critically acclaimed quartet Clang Sayne have announced a three date Irish winter tour, which includes a special Double Bill with Vanishing Lakes at The Fumbally Stables, Dublin, Sunday 17th December.

Clang Sayne was formed by Wexford-based Laura Hyland (voice/guitar) to fuse myriad influences spanning folk song, classical music and literature into a unique concert experience. Vocalist and guitarist Laura Hyland has a Sandy Denny-like classic folk voice and wraps it around timeless lyrics of nature, life, love and mortality. Hyland is joined by Judith Ring (voice/cello), Matthew Jacobson (drums/voice) and Carolyn Goodwin (bass clarinet/voice), in an approach to song-craft that has been described as “daring and unforgettable”. Together, they will present an evening of music from The Round Soul of the World, a special preview of brand new pieces from their next album, which Laura is currently writing, covers by The Roches and Joni Mitchell, as well as some stunning previously unrecorded tracks.

In this special double bill, Clang Sayne will be joined by experimental folk group Vanishing Lakes: Mary Barnecutt (cello and flute), Adrian Crowley (mellotron, clarinet, and keyboard), and Matthew Nolan (guitar and loops).

"Vanishing Lakes occupy a twilight zone between avant chamber music and experimental folk. The contrasts between urgent and gently persuasive voices, between repetitive and flowing lines—which all gradually fade to nothing—make for an absorbing sonic journey. "

Ian Patterson, All About Jazz

Join Clang Sayne and Vanishing Lakes for an intimate evening of music, as they perform at The Fumbally Stables, Dublin, 8pm, Sunday 17th December. Tickets €12, available from Tickets.ie.

Full details at www.clangsayne.com/dates

Clang Sayne Winter Tour Details:

Black Gate Cultural Centre, Galway
8pm Saturday 16th December
With support from Anna Mularkey
Tickets €10
www.blackgate.ie

The Fumbally Stables, Dublin 2
Double Bill with Vanishing Lakes (Adrian Crowley, Matthew Nolan, Mary Barncutt)
Doors 7.30pm, Show at 8pm, Sunday 17th December
Tickets €12 from Tickets.ie (http://bit.ly/2A3prv7)
www.thefumballystables.ie

The Roundy, Cork City
With support from Anna Mieke Bishop
9pm Monday 18th December
Tickets €10 www.facebook.com/theroundy

Website

Clang Sayne :: Blackbird

Published on 23 November 2017

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