Listen: Fionn Regan - 'For A Nightingale'
'For A Nightingale' is the first cut from Fionn Regan's forthcoming album, 100 Acres of Sycamore, which comes out on August 15th through Heavenly Recordings.
Regan has been on a bumpy road of musical discovery over the past few years, but it's nice to him firmly back in the folk camp with this track. Hopefully the album will be more of the same, with a few tracks stripped back to just acoustic/voice.
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