Announcing Colm’s new album
The River Holds Its Breath – Tost ar an Abhainn
available now in all the usual places online via this link & in record shops.

You can order the CD (& vinyl soon) in our shop.
The first 200 orders will get a hand painted
and handwritten card from Colm
similar to the river artwork.

4/5 stars in the Irish Times
8/10 stars in Hot Press


Colm will hold a week long residency at NYC’s Irish Arts Center in May. Joining him will be fellow Irish musicians Utsav Lal & Loah. Performances happen May 30, 31 & June 1. Tickets can be purchased here.

Belfast & Vicar Street Next Month

In December, Colm performs at Empire Music Hall in Belfast on the 9th (tickets here) then on the 17th he will headline Vicar Street with special guest Lisa O’Neill. Tickets are €25, you can get them here.

Last week Colm played in London for the London Folk & Roots Festival at St. Pancras Old Church. Thank you to both Conor Masterson & Fleur Neale for their lovely photos of the gig. Click through the links to see their photo sets. Photo here by Conor.

Bláth Video / London / Belfast / Vicar Street

Next week Colm visits London for the London Folk & Roots Festival. He’ll play St. Pancras Old Church on 11 November with support by Laura Oakes. Tickets are available here!

In December, Colm performs at Empire Music Hall in Belfast on the 9th (tickets here) then on the 17th he will headline Vicar Street with special guest Lisa O’Neill. Tickets are €25, you can get them here.

In addition, we’re excited to share a new video for the song Bláth/Flower shot by Shane G. Mahon while Colm was in New York City. Go raibh maith agat Shane!

Colm Mac Con Iomaire ⚏ Bláth (Flower) from Shane G. Mahon on Vimeo.

Soundtrack for Dare To Be Wild – Screening in Australia

This month the film Dare to be Wild will be released nationwide in Australia starting with the British Film Festival in Byron Bay. Colm provided the soundtrack to the film, which also features songs by Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova. You can find all of the listings here. This film, by Irish director and writer Vivienne de Courcy, is romantic adventure story based on the magical story of gardener Mary Reynolds‘ journey to build a gold medal winning garden at the Chelsea flower show.

How Do You Say It?

Curious how Colm’s surname is pronounced? The phonetic spelling is Mack-Kun-Ummra.

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