Catherine Hatt celebrates the CD release of her album ‘Lost and Found’ recorded with support from the ADF Arts and Disability Ireland Awards with three shows alongside renowned US musician Diane Cluck who is touring Ireland this weekend with her sixth album ‘Boneset’.
Unique and compelling, Diane Cluck is a renowned intuitive-folk singer touring this year with cellist Isabel Castellvi. Cited as an influence by Laura Marling, Emmy the Great and Sharon Van Etten among others, Boneset is Diane’s first new album in nearly eight years.
Lost and Found was recorded by Catherine at home with musicians on irish harp, double bass, cello and violin. The stark song-cycle chronicles her experience of love, self sacrifice, breakdown and faith. The nine songs were written spontaneously for herself until she noticed connections between them and they should be one album.
She will be accompanied by cellist Tom Hughes and violinist Aidan Kelly in Belfast and her husband Geoff Hatt on ukulele in Cork and Dublin. Catherine will also play material from ‘Sweetcorn’ an early collection of 22 sweet and corny songs. ‘Lost and Found’ and ‘Sweetcorn’ will both be available on CD for the first time at the shows.