Album Of The Year: Telefís

With ‘a hAon’ and ‘a Dó’ sharing the top spot in our Albums Of The Year, Telefís have achieved a truly remarkable feat. Vocalist Cathal Coughlan sadly passed away earlier this year, so uber-producer Garret “Jacknife” Lee steps forward to accept the award

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