Éan An Anro

Whalebone

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Played on nylon string guitars, “Éan an anro” translates into ‘bird of hardship’ in Gaeilge/Irish and figuratively describes a person who is content to be out in all kinds of weather but more generally someone who endures inclemency or adversity without complaint.

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