DLÙ are a modern trad fusion band from Glasgow. The five-piece line-up features Moilidh NicGriogair on fiddle, Zach Ronan on accordion, Aidan Spiers on guitar, Jack Dorrian on bass and Andrew Grossart on drum kit. Winners of the Danny Kyle Open Stage 2018, their progressive arrangements, eclectic musical influences and youthful energy set them apart from their peers. Four members met and became friends during their time at the Glasgow Gaelic School. As fluent Gaelic speakers, they are keen to use the band as a platform for the language. This inspired their name which derives from the Gaelic word 'dlùth', meaning tight-knit and close. Bassist Jack Dorrian subsequently joined in April 2018. In August 2018 they released their debut single, 'Anmoch', with their debut EP, ‘Taobh na Mara’, following in January 2019. DLÙ were nominated for Up and Coming Artist of the Year at the 2019 Scots Trad Music Awards.
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