Fionn Regan pens new album in Anna Friel's house

Singer songwriter will release new LP '100 Acres Of Sycamore' in August

Fionn Regan pens new album in Anna Friel's house

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Fionn Regan has revealed he will release his third studio album '100 Acres Of Sycamore' on August 15, an album that he mostly composed in a house belonging to Manchester-born Hollywood actress Anna Friel.

The album, which is the follow-up to 2010's 'The Shadow Of An Empire', was recorded in Friel's home on the Spanish island of Majorca. You can download the album's title track for free now, by visiting Regan's official website Fionnregan.com.



Fionn Regan is booked to play alongside Bob Dylan and The Cranberries at the first London Feis festival this June.

The tracklisting for '100 Acres Of Sycamore' is as follows:

'100 Acres Of Sycamore'
'Sow Mare Bitch Vixen'
'The Horses Are Asleep'
'The Lake District'
'Dogwood Blossom'
'For A Nightingale'
'List Of Distractions'
'1st Day Of May'
'North Star Lover'
'Woodberry Cemetery'
'Vodka Sorrow'
'Golden Light'

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