Merakindie is very proud to present Clang Sayne as the first in a
series of food & music events at a very special garden concert in Cork
city, with food from the fantastic GLUT.

Clang Sayne was formed by Laura Hyland in London in 2008 to fuse
myriad influences spanning folk song, sound art and literature into a
soundworld she describes as 'songscape'. Reviewers have dubbed it an
"an uncategorizable approach to songcraft" and "exhilarating in its
refusal to conform".

They independently released their new album, 'The Round Soul of the
World' in March 2017.

Former London incarnation of the group featured Peter Marsh on double
bass, James O Sullivan on electric guitar and Matthew Fisher on drums,
with whom Laura recorded and independently released the debut Clang
Sayne album, 'Winterlands' in September 2009. The single, 'A Death and
a Vision' featured on the Wire Magazine's Tapper cd in October 2009,
and the album was subsequently re-released on Forwind Records in April
2010 to international critical acclaim.

Spaces are limited. Reservation in advance is required by messaging
Merakindie with your name and number and number of tickets required, Cork city location.

Tickets are 20e including food. Without food 12e.

Food will be served at 7pm.
Support from James Fortune 8pm.
Clang Sayne 8.40pm.

People are invited to enjoy a drink after the concert but with respect to the house hosts, we ask that concert go-er's vacate the location by 11pm latest.