The Cabin Collective is delighted to announce their new single ‘Marrakech’, set for release on Friday November 1st. Written and sung by Noelie McDonnell, Marrakech was inspired by the heartache of a loved one and her dreams of getting away from it all! It is the follow up single to ‘Lines Are Fading’, which was released earlier this year.
The Cabin Collective blossomed after a chance meeting last April at Larry Kelly’s Scandinavian log cabin in Tuam, a birthday party gathered a wide collection of musicians, singers and songwriters. A weekend long jam session followed with swapping songs, stories and instruments and The Cabin Collective was formed. Word spread in Galway musical circles about the Tuam session in Larry’s house and The Cabin Collective were invited to play their debut public show at the Taibhdhearc venue in Galway as part of the Galway Cuirt Festival and the main stage at the Westport Music Festival. The band have performed on the Late Late Show, appeared on many radio stations and made their Electric Picnic debut this summer.
The Cabin Collective features four Galway songwriters and singers in their band line-up: Noelie McDonnell whose song ‘Nearly Four’ topped the iTunes Charts a few years ago, Leo Moran who co-wrote ‘Clare Island’ and ‘Red Cortina’ for The Saw Doctors, Anthony Thistlethwaite, one of the founding members of The Waterboys and Keith Mullins who sings lead vocals on the band’s debut single ‘Lines Are Fading’.
Completing the 9 man line-up of The Cabin Collective are some of Galway’s finest musicians including Cabin owner Larry Kelly on guitar, Dave Clancy on pedal steel, percussionist Eimhin Cradock, Michael Coen on bass guitar and Rickie O’Neill on drums.
The Cabin Collective will release Noelie McDonnell’s song ‘Marrakech’ on November 1st followed by their first Nationwide tour this Christmas with concerts in Dublin, Cork, Limerick, Galway, Waterford and Belfast.
Marrakech – Video
Marrakech is available now for pre-order from iTunes in Ireland
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