If you've ever been to a gig or event in Dublin's Peppercanister Church, you'll be aware just how special it is as a venue.
The acoustics, as you might expect, are also top-notch for one - and a Dublin musician is setting out to prove just that with her new live album.
Úna Keane's last studio album 'In the Deep' was released in 2019 and received plaudits from all corners - and now she is plotting the release of 'Collaborations' later this week. The record was recorded live at the Peppercanister earlier this year - on March 5th, in fact, just before the world was stopped in its tracks. It gives the recording a particularly otherworldly feel, to our ears.
On the night, the experimental pianist was joined by a host of other musicians, including Stephen Shannon, Liam Ó'Maonlaí, Lōwli, Gareth Quinn Redmond & Ronán Conroy and it was captured for posterity. The tracklist was drawn from both 'In the Deep' and her previous album 'As I Wake, Still I Dream'.
It's released this Friday, November 27th. You can hear 'Hollow', the first track to be taken from it, below: