The Breath

Friday 9 November 2018

7:30 pm : Main stage / Standing

14+

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The Breath is guitarist Stuart McCallum (The Cinematic Orchestra), and Irish singer Ríoghnach Connolly. They have a unique take on alt-folk journeys from lush, beguiling storytelling, to uplifting anthems.

At it’s heart is Ríoghnach’s deeply soulful, utterly engaging, stop-you-in-your-tracks voice, alongside Stuart’s under-stated brilliance, and their exquisitely crafted, personal songs. Yet it’s the emotional depth of the songs, and the remarkable connection the duo share on-stage that make The Breath’s live performance so compelling.

Their brand-new album, ‘Let the Cards Fall’ is out on Real World on the 14 September 2018.

“Raw, soulful, often mesmeric, richly textured and lushly constructed…versatile persuasive vocals.”
– Mojo

“The Breath rolls across the senses like clouds caress low hills always moving, changing, evolving; and utterly fascinating.”
Folk Radio.com

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The Breath

The Breath is guitarist Stuart McCallum (The Cinematic Orchestra), and Irish singer Ríoghnach Connolly. They have a unique take on alt-folk journeys from lush, beguiling storytelling, to uplifting anthems.

At it’s heart is Ríoghnach’s deeply soulful, utterly engaging, stop-you-in-your-tracks voice, alongside Stuart’s under-stated brilliance, and their exquisitely crafted, personal songs. Yet it’s the emotional depth of the songs, and the remarkable connection the duo share on-stage that make The Breath’s live performance so compelling.

Their brand-new album, ‘Let the Cards Fall’ is out on Real World on the 14 September 2018.

“Raw, soulful, often mesmeric, richly textured and lushly constructed…versatile persuasive vocals.”
– Mojo

“The Breath rolls across the senses like clouds caress low hills always moving, changing, evolving; and utterly fascinating.”
Folk Radio.com

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