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The Line shares ‘Communion’ with Loah and Fehdah

The Line shares ‘Communion’ with Loah and Fehdah


The Line is the pseudonym of Meltybrains? musician, sound artist and sound lad Brian Dillon.

Dilllon announced a new album Red Blood Cells and Righteousness from The Line that brings in a coterie of who’s who in the Irish music scene including Loah, Sorcha Richardson, Dan Fox (Gilla Band), Sarah Corcoran (Pillow Queens), Caoi de Barra (Wyvern Lingo), Lullahush, Eoin French (Talos) and Meltybrains? members Micheal Quinn and Ben Bix. 

Previously, he shared the single ‘Patience Of Saints’ featuring MuRli & God Knows.

Today, The Line releases a song featuring sisters Loah and Fehdah.

“Communion is a song about who you are, where you’re from and how the experiences of the past shape the person that you are now. In the song, both Loah and Fehdah explore these ideas from both personal and societal standpoints. It explores the regrets felt by individuals in a society which is built on so many mistakes that it may never be able to redeem itself.”

Red Blood Cells and Righteousness is out Wednesday 1st November via Strange Brew.

Speaking about the album, Brian says “This is an album built on personal relationships and communication, dedicated to playing a small but significant role as a part of a world so much bigger than any of us are willing to admit. After all, maybe we’re all just blood cells, swimming through the veins of the earth, serving a much higher function.”

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