Seán R. McLaughlin & The Wind-Up Crows have released their latest music, "Ninewells EP," a beautiful mix of indie-rock and Americana. The EP consists of three amazing songs that showcase the band's Scottish, Irish, and Shetland heritage and their love for indie-rock and Americana music.
The EP is a testament to McLaughlin's incredible songwriting skills, as each track tells a unique story with many emotions. The title track, "Ninewells," has a fantastic music video filmed in an abandoned bank in Scotland. The video is as incredible as the EP, which shows the band's dedication to their art.
The EP was produced by Jeremy Backofen, who has previously worked with The Felice Brothers, resulting in a fantastic sound that promises an even deeper exploration of the band's diverse influences in their upcoming full album.
The EP's opening track, "Cleaned," is a beautiful song about human relationships reminiscent of The Pogues and Frightened Rabbit. McLaughlin shares three short stories in this song that resonate with listeners deeply.
The entire EP is just 9 minutes and 24 seconds long, and it's a journey you want to take advantage of. Seán R. McLaughlin & The Wind-Up Crows invite you to immerse yourself in their musical heritage and the stories they tell so beautifully.
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