“All Hope Is Never Lost” by Fergal Lawler

May 5, 2022  |  1 Comments  |  by Axl  |  Other News

Last 31 March, quite out of the blue and without any promotion, Fergal Lawler released an instrumental/ambient/experimental debut solo album titled “All Hope Is Never Lost”

All instruments, recording and mixing by Fergal Lawler.

You can stream the whole album for free, or buy a digital copy for €7, or simply buy one track for €1, on flawlermusic.bandcamp.com (Special thanks to Cranberries Italia for the link)

Also available on Spotify and possibly other streaming platforms.

1. Shaking Hands With Death
2. Reality’s Never Been Of Much Use Out Here
3. The Big Nowhere
4. But Then Everything Became Chaotic
5. Speaking Very Softly Now
6. Out Here On The Perimeter
7. Perhaps, In Retrospect
8. 2-3-74

For the occasion Fergal launched a new website and a new soundcloud where you can listen to the 8 tracks as well.

And last, he recently gave an interview about it to 200-percent.com

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One Response to “All Hope Is Never Lost” by Fergal Lawler

  1. Noah

    It’s haunting, beautiful and uncompromising, nothing like Noel Hogan’s latest abominable and offensive collaboration with Mell Peck. “All Hope Is Never Lost” is not an easy listen, but I feel it’s going to end up in my top 10 albums of 2022.


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