At Dawn of Day, Barluath’s second album, was recorded in Glasgow during October 2014 with producer Anna Massie.
Barluath are a diverse and innovative Glasgow-based Scottish folk band, formed in early 2010 who embrace both the traditional and contemporary music of Scotland, Ireland and America.
The band consists of six young musicians who met whilst studying at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and has a line-up comprising Scots and Gaelic song, fiddle, whistles, highland and border bagpipes, bouzouki, guitar and piano/keyboards:
Ainsley V. Hamill (Lead Vocals)
Alistair Iain Paterson (Piano and Keyboards)
Colin Greeves (Pipes and Whistles)
Edward Seaman (Pipes, Whistles and Bouzouki)
Eilidh Firth (Fiddle)
Luc McNally (Guitar)
Barluath were winners of the prestigious Danny Kyle Open Stage award at Celtic Connections 2012.
The band released their debut album ‘Source’ in 2012 to widespread critical acclaim.
Barluath have delighted many audiences, such as with their appearances at Celtic Connections, Linlithgow Folk Festival and PipingLive! to name only three as well as at festivals in Germany and Belgium.
In November 2011, the band were invited to Washington DC as part of the Scottish Government’s St. Andrews Day celebrations in the USA, culminating in performances at The National Museum of Women in the Arts and the British Embassy.