Scríobhann an ceoltóir Súil Amháin ó Lios Tuathail i gContae Chiarraí mar gheall ar an gceol nua atá cumtha aige i bhfoirm Aislinge.

Aisling Fhéile (Vision of Feale)prod. by Bantum

The Aisling is a vision or dream poem, which developed in Gaelic poetry in Munster during the late seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.

The first rapper I ever heard invoke a river in this tradition was Dyrt Davis. Rivers are often used as a personification for the struggle of the people .i. 'Only Our Rivers Run Free' - the powerful song by Fermanagh/Listowel bard Mickey McConnell being a relevant example.

I'd always wanted to compose verses to the River Feale. But you can't compose an Aisling - it has to hit you in a flash-vision, in time of need.

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AISLING FHÉILE is an invocation of a new sense of identity,

in a time of alienation - a call to artists across Cúige Mumhan today:

Adeir Súil Amháin-

is mise Sruth Féile, cé hé tú féinig?

Is féidir leat éisteacht leis an gceol nua anseo