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The Sound of Ratheadon
June 11, 2020 | ELEMENT: air | audio | 1 minute read

This track starts out in the open in a field of young barley, then moves up along the edge of the farm where the wind blows through the trees and the animals on neighbouring farms can be heard. Then it’s up the hill to the highest point of the farm, where the wind blows through an old rusty gate and the overhanging briars scratch at it. Then, we move down the hill and along the River Barrow; it’s in full flow with the recent rain, the wind has died down and the birds are out with the sun.

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