The Alabama is the first single from HAV’s forthcoming Album ‘Haar. The song tells the story of a fishing boat disaster out of the port of Buckie (Moray, Scotland) close to where Alex Ross (the song’s composer) and Iona Fyfe both grew up. Narrated by the sweetheart of one of the men lost in the tragedy, The Alabama is a personal meditation on the perilous risks that fisherman took and still take today.
That look she gives you when you announce a new Scottish independence referendum date. 🏴
Business chic 💅🏻 I had the joy of meeting and working with Euan Anderson on a few new snaps. Check out his work, a smashing human and braw photographer. @euanandersonphoto
Finally, the rider was adhered to. No puppy? No singey. 🐶
Today is Make Music Day. I’m taking part in the Global Folk Challenge. Here’s ‘Coorie In’ written by Pauline Vallance and translated further into Scots by yours truly. ✨
Coffee first, then gig ☕️