Playing Live

Saturday 1st Nov.
FACLAN Hebridean Book Festival
An Lanntair 
Isle of Lewis
with B.L.O.T. from Delhi, India



New Album Sessions Part 1

Work has begun on a new album...



I've made it home! A truly beautiful experience! Thanks to the An Lanntair Arts Theatre 
for having me along, to Catherine for being a great organiser/tour guide, all the amazing 
Indian artists I got a chance to meet and play with and all the kind folk who said hello and 
made me feel very welcome! I'm away to lie down in a darkened room for a few days!


My next show will be at the India International Centre in Delhi on the 29th March.



ceol mor/little music...

There is a new album on the horizon, it's something 
that's been on the cards for a while now and my hope 
is to have it out in the ether sometime next year. 
I'll keep you posted. Cheers for now, iain



To the Horizon, Sir 'REVIEWS'


FOLK RADIO UK - 'To the Horizon, Sir is an exceptional album from a very gifted artist, we can’t recommend him enough…brilliant!'


VADER EVADER Music Blog -   'To The Horizon, Sir is a thing of great beauty'

ALAN MORRISON (The Herald/Tom Morton Show) - 'Every time I've listened to this album, I've liked it as much as I did the time before, squared. I'm just liking it more and more and more and more every time I hear it.'

MAVERICK MAGAZINE - 4/5 'An entrancing entity!'

ACOUSTIC MAGAZINE - 'melodies that sneak up and burrow deep with a subtle, dark-hued intensity.'

UK FOLK MUSIC MAGAZINE - 'If you’re looking for something different although by no means outlandish you’ll find it here. A subjectively stunning masterpiece!'

The HERALD -  'If you are a fan of Neil Young especially, but a bit scunnered with his musical meandering, this may give you the fix that you are looking for.'