Developed as a charity single, ‘All As One’ feels as elegant as its main goal, and as anthemic as the cause it’s trying to promote. Boasting a charming Folk/Celtic sound – a niche genre that has a plethora of lovers around the world – the record develops on stunning fiddles, acoustic guitars, polite drums and traditional Scottish bagpipes – the instrument that perhaps characterises the track the most.
Written by Kristian Lannen of Brother Sea, Scottish-based ensemble with a very lyrical-driven and poppy side, ‘All As One’ supports the My Name’5 Doddie Foundation, also empowering the Scotland Rugby Team in the run-up to the Rugby World Cup this Autumn in France.
Recorded at T Pot Studios with producer Robyn Wynn Evans, ‘All As One’ is bound to be a highly relatable and inspiring gem, pushing every Scottish Rugby enthusiast to get together and support their beloved team. Paul Thompson, Director of Fundraising at My Name’5 Doddie Foundation, was excited about the record too: “It’s a great song, and we’re sure that Doddie would have been a fan too.”
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