Only TWO MORE DAYS until IN THE HOUSE OF SOULS!
Do I even need to say it at this point? I love playlists. They’re so much fun to create and arrange and it means I can give each and every one of my beloved writers a mix tape without frantically recording that one song the second the radio DJ stops talking over the intro.
Even though Dunsmere and the Tuann are a whole world apart from the people of the North, they still share a lot of the same organic, guitar-and-sometimes-banjo driven music. This includes the stripped-down acoustic cover of “Fireflies” by Hearts and Colors and “Nothing Stays the Same” by Luke Sital-Singh. This is rounded out with a heavier Irish influence, with the classic Celtic Woman track “The Voice” and the stomping, fiddlin’ “Gold Rush”.
There may even be a few hints to the story in a couple of songs, so listen closely!
PLEASE NOTE: I don’t know if I have any younger readers out here listening, but a few songs have some big ol’ swearsies in ’em. So don’t repeat them.