Singer songwriter Barney McCullagh’s first album, the 10-track ‘The Toft Album’, is out now via all major media.
Barney is a professional interpeter, and found his creativity stimulated through medication he has to take for his Parkinson’s Disease. Barney was inspired to try musical composition and he takes his influences from classic rock and pop artists, including the Beatles, Stealers Wheel, Dusty Springfield, and Duran Duran.
‘The Toft Album’ is named for Barry’s home village of Toft, Cambridgeshire, and even features an homage to the town, ‘The People Of Toft’.
Stylistically the album takes us through folk, rock and pop, with both up tempo tracks, such as ‘The People Of Toft’, and anthemic choral pieces like, ‘Vale Maria’.