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The EP

by Pilgrim St

The EP is Pilgrim St's second release, a mixture of Folk, Bluegrass, Americana and the Blues.
Genre: Folk: Appalachian Folk
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1. My Little Blackbird
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2. Givin' It up This Time
4:11 $0.99
3. Emerald
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4. Hurt People Hurt People
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Ask any member of Irish band Pilgrim
St to list their influences and the
responses will more than likely be very
similar as each of them has their say.
Pick any of the grittier characters from
genres such as Appalachian old-time,
bluegrass and the folk back catalogue
from both sides of the Atlantic, and you’ll
instantly be in the same groove.
Then, they might single out Springsteen
(particularly in Seeger Sessions mode),
Hank Williams or Woody Guthrie.
But, if you end up expecting them to play
some sort of Americana mish-mash,
you’d be mistaken.
For, running deeply through the
band’s core is that unmistakable Irish
phenomenon, a gift for rousing tales and
stirring choruses - hearts wide open and
going for broke - just like those loveable
predecessors The Pogues or The Saw
Pilgrim St have become one of the
most hard-working and well-respected
bands on the Irish circuit since they first
formed four years ago, winning solid
approval for their true-grit passion and
Now, they aim to take their powerfully
infectious live shows well beyond their
home turf with touring planned in the UK
and Europe in 2019.
This EP serves as an introduction for
those who are newcomers to their
A full-length album will follow.
Pilgrim St are: Peadar Farrelly
(guitar/vocals), singer/song-writer
Eugene Donegan (banjo/vocals), Eoin
McDonnell (mandolin/vocals), Francis
McGinn (double bass), Mark Lynch
(dobro), Brendan Kelly (accordion/
vocals) and and Cathal McQuaid on
The EP was produced by Oisin Leech
of The Lost Brothers, recorded in
Experimental Audio, Crumlin, by Steve
Shannon, and mastered by Tim Martin.



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