Telephone Explosions Released New Track And Video For ‘Tine Cnámh’

Telephone Explosions released a haunting new track, ‘Tine Cnámh’, on 1 October. The single, which is named for the Irish phrase for bonfire, is haunting and ethereal, with a creeping bassline.

Released appropriately in time for the Halloween season, ‘Tine Cnámh’ features Kildare musician Helen Holligan on bass, and was mixed by Adam J Wilson.

Telephone Explosions are ambient dreampop duo, Dolores Fogarty and Adrian Mee. The Maynooth-based pair released their first single, ‘Pocket’, in January 2017, which was followed up by ‘Significant’, in July that year. They have played at festivals including Electric Picnic, and Sligo Live. Their name comes from number stations, hidden transmissions, and unbroken codes, and they plan to release their debut album early next year. You can listen to our interview with Telephone Explosions here.
Check out Telephone explosions online on their official website, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Soundcloud, and YouTube. You can find their music on Spotify, iTunes, and Bandcamp.

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