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acoustic butterfly - "Some of the top new music to come out of Scotland in recent years - a must have for any music fan"
ACOUSTIC BUTTERFLY //
The debut self titled album from Acoustic Butterfly was released shortly after their appearance in the Celtic Connections Danny Kyle finals. The album has been well recieved world wide with local and national air-play. The tracks have been used by production companies for both TV and film. The music has been described as trad and modern at the same time with rootsy celtic grooves, haunting harmonies, original songwriting and catchy melodies throughout.
WHISPERS EP //
'Whispers' is the 4 track debut ep from Acoustic Butterfly frontman Michael Clark. These four tracks are a reflection of ideas and journeys from the heart of Glasgow city to the historic west coast of Scotland. The ep includes a highly original version of the traditional celtic poem 'raggle taggle gypsy'. The Whipsers ep is available on iTunes, Amazon music and Spotify.
From nights out on the busling new live music scene in Glasgow to magical journeys along the historical west coast of Scotland, this music is a reflection of ideas, sounds, stories and memories, walking along city rivers, days and nights in the country, fresh air and wood fires, rain and wind, friends and family, dreams and regrets, ideas, stories and songs collected in notebooks, sketchpads and scraps of paper, soundbytes from voice recorders taken apart and pieced back together.
Described as passionate new music from Scotland, crossing over to Ireland and finding a home for a modern yet traditional Celtic vibe. Influenced by jazz, reggae, folk, blues, original songwriting and Celtic rhythms with haunting, catchy melodies and influences from around the globe
Acoustic Butterfly, New music from Scotland and original songwriting from the heart of Glasgow the music captial of Scotland. Acoustic butterfly were finalists in the celtic connections music festival Glasgow. You can listen to their music on iTunes, Amazon music, Spotify and bandcamp.
Check out the gig guide for venue and festival dates. Celtic connections danny award winners and celtic music radio regulars. Submit to the acoustic butterfly newsletter and keep up to date on new music recordings, scottish festival appearances, gig guide specials and news. New music from Scotland and crossing over to Ireland and finding a home for modern yet traditional celtic music. Influenced by jazz, reggae, folk, blues, original songwriting and celtic rhythms. haunting harmonies and catchy melodies with influences from around the globe.