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Gael Linn release first vinyl album in 30 years from the eclectic Irish-language band IMLÉ

Gael Linn release first vinyl album in 30 years from the eclectic Irish-language band IMLÉ


Last year, IMLÉ were one of the Irish language bands that were doing something different. Featuring three vocalists of different shades: singer Fergal Moloney, punk poet-style Marcus Mac Conghail’s and rapper MC Muipéad, their self-titled debut album from last year meditative folk, pop and rap styles in our native tongue to impressive effect.

A vinyl version of the album is out via Gael Linn today, the organisations first vinyl release in 30 years, and there are two new tracks for you to hear: Gan Mise, Gan Tú & Ná Bac.

Gan Mise, Gan Tú:

Ná Bac:

IMLÉ won best album, song and band at the 2017 Gradaim Cheoil NÓS – an awards ceremony that celebrates contemporary music in Irish organised by

IMLE gigs

11th November – Féile Bheag Filíochta – Baile ‘n Fheirtéaraigh Co.Ciarraí
23rd November – An Siopa Leabhar – Harcourt Street – Dublin
20th January – Celtic Connections Glasgow


Ceap do Shuaimhneas
Go Deo, Go Deo
Lár na hOíche
Fún Orm
Gan Mise, Gan Tú

Ná Bac
Buail Aríst Mé
Síos an Bóthar

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