Alison’s new album, Climb Sheer The Fields Of Peace, is a collaboration with Dave Colohan and mixes folk and electronica with remarkable effect. Acoustic guitars and snaky synths combine with O’Donnell’s vocals to send shivers down the backbone. As with Alison’s previous albums, Climb Sheer The Fields Of Peace is at turns unpredictable, chilling, heart-breaking and exhilarating; it easily stands shoulder to shoulder with her best work.
Sylvia’s Deadbolt (2.51) / Green of Heart (4.17) / In the Snowmelt (4.32) / Hunting Down (3.48) / The Road We Know (2.01) / Swans They Are A-Feeding (4.17)
Pathways (3.49) / Memorial (4.57) / Redbreast in a Rowan Tree (1.50) / Sleeping on Strange Pillows (4.05) / An Empire in its Glory (4.20) / The Pull and Drag Blues (4.48)