Wide in its horizons, and plumbing emotional depths to which few musicians dare venture, An Indigo Sky lures the listener to its own netherworld, full of the joys and passions of a prematurely quenched light: a musical evocation of a life lived well. Rarely are biography and musical composition so richly intertwined.
Seamus McGuire’s highly distinctive fiddle and Martin’s throaty cello lines intersect those of Niamh Crowley and the viola of Ken Rice with a freshness that belies their almost decade-long collaboration. A shimmering delight. ***** - Siobhan Long