Experimental type track TWO from Iglue!

Ranked as one of his favourite songs from the recent recording session because it has a great somber feel to it, which reflects its subject well. It’s an ode to the fishermen of the past that used to sail from his village, Cromore on the East coast of Lewis. There was a strong fleet here, a bustle-ling community of sea fairer’s which has largely died down since the 60s. It’s a bit of a shame and there’s a few remnants left on the shore such as the shells of former boats and barnacle encrusted engines. The accordion gives it a sad feel, and he hopes it is a reflective song for you all.

It features some guests on vocals who won’t be named but they should all be proud of themselves…