“One of the finest Irish albums of the year” Róisín Dwyer | Hot Press
“‘West to the Evening Sun’ is not just music—it’s poetry too. Listening to these songs is like sitting alone in an archive, reading a collection of letters shared between the closest of friends. There is tragedy, confession, hope, love. Moreover, there is narrative as well as harmonic integrity.” Colleen Taylor | NY Irish Echo
With vocal hints of Sinéad Lohan and Agnes Obel, and a songwriting style that “pushes the boundaries, both sonically and lyrically” (Róisín Dwyer, Hot Press), Blunnie’s blend of experimental folktronica melds assured songcraft, inventive arrangements, and newly-expanded soundscapes developed in collaboration with producer Daragh Dukes ( Headgear// Wyos // Asylum Speakers // RTÉ).
“..songs sound like they were spirited up from the landscape of her home in North-West Ireland” 4**** Alan Corr | RTÉ Entertainment
One of John Kelly’s “favourite up-and-coming Irish artists of 2017” (Mystery Train, RTÉ Lyric FM)