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Album Review

Clannad became synonymous with Celtic new age in the late 1980s and '90s. Adding layers of sometimes ethereal, sometimes majestic-sounding synth pads and drum loops to traditional instruments and electric guitars, the band became a signpost for other acts during the Celtic music boom at the end of the last century and the dawn of the new. After winning a Best New Age album Grammy in 1998 for Landmarks, the band took an extended break. They issued a live album in 2011, but Nádúr marks their formal return to studio recording after 15 years away. These 13 tracks — ten originals, two traditional Gaelic tunes, and a Scottish air — meld Irish music's heritage with contemporary jazz, electronic new age, and soft pop and rock. While many acoustic instruments adorn these songs — mandolas, pennywhistles, bodhrans, harps, and acoustic guitars — so do electric six-strings, fretless basses, synths, and subtle loops adding edges and underscoring the band's mastery of textures to frame its melodies. While Nádúr breaches no new terrain, it will prove a welcome return for Clannad's international legion of fans.

Customer Reviews


...And once again iTunes prefers to push Beyonce and thrash metal on us instead of alerting us when beauty and music rear their unpopular heads in our shallow shallow little culture. For those of us who appreciate the beauty of Clannad (and other bands like them) we’re thrilled to hear them again. This album doesn’t disappoint in any manner. If you love the sound of this exceptional band, it’s still here…in spades. Enjoy!

Ethereaal, beautiful and most welcome.

I have enjoyed Clannad and Enya and especially, Maire Brennan. Her voice is just so comforting and lovely ... soft like fog on a misty morning! I loved Maire's solo album and would love if iTunes made it available again.
I think this family was also responsible for the resurgance of the Irish language as the (finally) official language of the Ireland!? after all the years of English. Great to have our heritage remembered and returned. They helped bring back a "dead" language. But anyone who has an Irish grandparent knows it never really died.
Thank you Brennans!

Good to Be Back!

Nadure will be Clannad's first full length album in 15 years, I'm pretty excited about this release! These five musicians have shaped celtic music as we know it and I'm so thankful that they are back. It's been too long! Welcome back Clannad and thank you for blessing us with more amazing music!


Formed: 1970 in Donegal, Ireland

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Clannad bridged the gap between traditional Celtic music and pop. Usually, their results were an entrancing, enchanting form of pop that managed to fuse the disparate elements together rather seamlessly. Such fusions have earned the band an international cult of fans. Taking their name from the Gaelic word for "family," Clannad formed in 1970 when the Brennan family -- Maire (vocals, harp), Ciaran (vocals, guitar, bass, keyboards), Pol (guitar, percussion, flute, vocals) -- began playing at their...
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