Rachel Campbell-Hardiman (fiddle & vocals) from Inverness and Jordan Neil (guitarist and piper) from Aviemore are a recently formed trad-folk duo bringing together old and new tunes and Gaelic songs from the highlands, with a particular focus on local history and landscape.
Since 2014, FRAS have stormed their way through the West coast of Scotland and beyond with their iconic pipe heavy sound. A thundering four piece from na Garbh Chrìochan of box, flute, pipes and guitar. FRAS blend old melodies and original tunes to create a crashing wave of highland music. Tearing up dancefloors in their wake and leaving audiences captivated. Their debut album, Dìle, is a forecast of what’s to come. More than just a shower, a heavy downpour: FRAS Tha fìor dheagh ruitheaman air dheagh phuirt agus spiorad aig astar a tha cho taitneach ’s a tha a’ toirt ort a bhith ’son èisteachd ris a-rithist agus a-rithist… Frasan fuarain ciùil o na Garbh Chrìochan! Ailean Dòmhnullach
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