For 2 years we have been isolating from each other.
Many have been anxious and alone.
Throughout these lonesome days, music and songs have been a salve and an inspiration. During that time Scullion have recorded an uplifting and inspirational collection of songs for the head and heart and will take to the highway, collapse distance and bring us back together in the halls, front rooms, back rooms and bar rooms of Ireland.
Their new record, ‘Time Has Made a Change in Me’, will be shared September 2022, coinciding with an album launch tour across the country.
The first taste of the compelling new record comes with in the form of reimagined version of ‘I Need My Girl’, written by Matt Berninger, Aaron Dessner, Bryce Dessner, Bryan Devendorf and Scott Devendorf of the American alternative rock band The National.
Speaking of the song, Philip King says “We fell in love with The National when they came to Other Voices on a snowy winter’s night in 2012. The National continue to have a deep relationship with Ireland, and we celebrate that. We fell in love with this song, we began to play it at live shows and have now recorded it as part of our new album.”
James Joyce, Bob Dylan and Sufjan Stevens are also woven into the DNA of this record, with the inspirational music of Sonny Condell beating at the heart of the thing.
Recorded at The Clinic Recording Studios in Dublin by David Anthony Curley, the new record features contributions from some of Ireland's best musicians including Crash Ensemble, Conor O’Brien (Villagers),
Gemma Doherty (Saint Sister), Caimin Gilmore + more.
'Time Has Made A Change in Me' will arrive on September 22nd.
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