Inni-K (Eithne Ní Chatháin) will perform a special show with her band at the Séamus Ennis Arts Centre to celebrate the release of her new album, ‘Iníon’ (Daughter).
Named by RTÉ.ie as “one of ten fierce women defining Irish culture”, Dublin-based singer, multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Inni-K has received consistent praise for her fresh style of indie-folk.
“one of ten fierce women defining Irish culture” RTÉ
“one of Ireland’s most exciting artists” The Irish Times
‘Iníon’, Inni-K’s 3rd album, recorded in Dublin over 4 days in Nov ’21, sees the Dublin-based singer, songwriter & musician celebrate her musical roots & deep love of sean-nós and traditional song. Together with the highly skilled collaborators joining her on this record & on this tour, Inni-K breathes exquisite beauty into these songs, creating for her audience a fresh and invigorating experience in sean-nós song.Read More
“Regarding our rich song & music tradition, I see myself as a caring, attentive daughter & also an innovative, curious & adventurous one! These nine songs on ‘Iníon’, I really deeply love and care for. Some I’ve been singing since childhood & really feel a part of me. On ‘Iníon, I wanted to dive in, explore and inhabit these songs as fully & creatively as I could, with the perspective & treatment I think I could only bring to them now at this stage in my musical journey & life. Working with musicians Matthew Berrill, Brian Walsh & Mary Barnecutt on the arrangements and seeing these songs come to life in a whole new way with their beautiful treatment has been a real joy. I’m very proud of this album and really look forward to sharing it!”
‘Iníon’ was partly funded by The Arts Council of Ireland, through the Deis Recording Award.
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