Urlar out now!

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Ùrlar is now officially available! You can pick it up on our website, bandcamp, itunes, amazon and all good record stores (distributed by Proper Music & Highlander). We are really chuffed with how it has come out and we hope you enjoy the music! Check out breabach.bandcamp.com to see what we have on offer!

Want a look inside the making of the album? Here is a brand new video put together by Mike Guest and Stash Media Worx.

Ùrlar by Breabach from Stash Media Worx on Vimeo.

We launched the album in style last night at Riccardo’s Italian kitchen (we dedicated a tune to this fine establishment on the album!) in Glasgow. Fine tunes, pizza and a few glasses (bottles) of wine with our pals. What a great night!

BXIz7GcIgAAPLQA Thanks to everyone for your support!
All the best

Breabach

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Urlar sneak peek…

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Pre Order new album Ùrlar by Breabach now! from Stash Media Worx on Vimeo.

Ùrlar is released on the 21/10/13. For now, take a sneak peek at what we’ve been up to with Mike Guest Photography.

Preorder now: http://breabach.bandcamp.com/

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New album preordering now!

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Ùrlar is preordering now!

Head over to breabach.bandcamp.com to hear/download a snippet of the album and order your copy! All preorders will arrive through your door (or inbox) on the day of release (21/10/13).

Preorders will receive a signed copy of the album & other goodies. We are also offering a ltd edition BreaBag filled with the signed album and other bits and bobs.

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July Breabach

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Hello all!

Hope you are all well and enjoying the fine weather. We are having a lovely Summer so far which was seen us travelling all over Scotland playing for some totally appreciative and up for it audiences – it was really brilliant. Summer also means getting to visit some great festivals in unusual locations including Eigg, Solas, Stonehaven & Tiree (where there much bungee running to be had). All in all we are quite spoiled. Thanks to everyone that has invited us to play this year so far and to everyone that came and listened to us!

Cambridge Folk Festival

This weekend we hit Cambridge Folk Festival and it looks set to be a stonker of a weekend. Not only do we get to see and hang out with some of our favourite musicians but we are going to be reunited with our Québécois friends Le Vent Du Nord. We will be collaborating with them on the Saturday afternoon – very exciting! As well as this, James Lindsay and Megan have decided to keep themselves extra busy this weekend and will be performing alongside Bella Hardy and Heidi Talbot respectively. If you are at the festival you can come see us at the following times:

Saturday

Stage 1 1:05 pm

Sunday

The Hub Workshop

2:45 pm

Sunday

Stage 2

4:35 pm

Sunday

MOJO signing tent

6.20 pm

New album – Urlár

We can now announce that our new album will be entitled Urlár. We feel this title really reflects where we are coming from with this new record (lit. Ground) from the focus we put on taking inspiration and music from the places we grew up, whilst also directly referencing the piobaireachd ground. We begin recording at Castlesound Studios on the 12th August, exciting times! You can hear a preview of our new material from the most recent BBCAlba Taghadh bho na Trads program www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p019n0b6

James Mackenzie Debut Solo Album!

James Mackenzie’s brilliant new album is available now for pre-order! Head over to
www.jamesduncanmackenzie.com for a listen and to order. We’ve heard it and can confirm that it is very, very good.

Man’s Ruin new single - Working for the Man

Calum and James L’s folk/funk-fusion/party project Man’s Ruin have just released their new single ‘Working for the Man‘ and you can download it right now from mansruin.bandcamp.com. Head over and check it out but please avoid using heavy machinery whilst listening.

Cheers for now! 

We will be releasing a lot more information about our new record over the coming months and also more exciting news about upcoming gigs. Stay tuned to breabach.com and our facebook & twitter for all the latest. Thanks again for supporting the band!

All the best
Breabach
@breabach

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May Breabach

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Hello all!

It’s been a while since the last newsletter and in that time we’ve had some great trips abroad to New York for Tartan Week, Paris for Festival Irlandays and we had a lovely concert at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall with the Glasgow Phoenix Choir. Now time for a wee update on some things that are coming up:

 

Knockengorroch

This weekend we head into the Galloway hills for the Knockengorroch World Ceilidh. It’s going to be our first festival of the Summer and we have heard it is quite a party!

Scottish Summer Tour

This June we will be out on the road for a string of Scottish dates. It’s a particularly special tour for us as we will visiting all our home communities, performing for old friends and collecting music from our local areas to feature on our next album. We really hope you can make it along to one of the gigs!

June 2013

6th – Oran Mor, Glasgow | 7.00pm – Tickets: www.ticketweb.co.uk (2-4-1 Students)
7th – Queen’s Hall, Edinburgh | 7.30pm, £15/12 - 0131 668 2019
12th – Ceilidh Place, Ullapool | 8.30pm - 01854 612103
13th – An Lanntair, Stornoway, Lewis | 8.00pm - 01851 708480
14th – Aros, Portree, Skye | 7.30pm - 01478 613750
15th – Isle of Eigg Festival
17th – The Lime Tree, Fort William | 7pm, £10/8 - 01397-701806
18th – Unicorn, Dundee | 7.30pm, £12/10, BYOB - 01382 200900
19th – Logie Durno Hall, Aberdeenshire | 7.30pm, £10/8, BYOB – 01467 681 330
20th – Carrbridge Village Hall, Highlands | 7.30pm, £10/8, BYOB – 01479 841565
22nd – Solas Festival, Pethshire

Festivals

As well as our June tour we are really looking forward to the rest of the Summer and the festivals that await us. 13th of July is Stonehaven Folk Festival, 20th Tiree Music Festival and 27/28th is Cambridge Folk Festival. Let’s hope the weather holds out for some lovely weekends of music. More news on August gigs to follow.

New album

We are steadily putting together our brand new album which is due to be released this coming Autumn. We have the fantastic Kris Drever producing for us this time and he will be helping us make something really nice hopefully in August. For those of you coming to our June gigs you can be sure to hear some of our brand new material! More news on this soon.

Living Tradition

This month we are chuffed to announce that we are the cover feature of The Living Tradition magazine. Thanks guys!

Six°north

In other cool news we are lucky enough to have our June tour sponsored by brand new Scottish craft-brewery six°north. They are a Stonehaven based company specializing in Belgian style brews! Check them out and if you make it out to one of the gigs we will hopefully have a few bottles for you to try (fingers crossed we don’t get too thirsty on the first night).

James Mackenzie Solo Album

James M has just finished his own solo album and from what little snippets we’ve heard it’s going to be a cracker. It features a host of great friends and players – Matheu Watson, Sean Gray, Hamish Napier, Robert Nairn, Alistair White & James Lindsay He will be launching it on his home island of Lewis at this years Heb Celt Fest. Stay tuned to facebook.com/jamesdmackenziemusic or twitter @jamesdmackenzie for more information.

Salsa Celtica

Megan is away with the brilliant Salsa Celtica right now doing some gigs in preparation for their new album recording in June. Go check them out if they are in your area!

Man’s Ruin

Calum and James L are gearing up for the release of a new single from their folk-funk-hybrid project Man’s Ruin. If that kind of thing takes your fancy then you can pre-order the single right now - mansruin.bandcamp.com - remember to put your dancing shoes on.

Think that will do us for now! We hope to see you out there over the Summer.

All the best
Breabach
@breabach

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