Multi award-winning Scottish supergroup Mànran have been at the heart of the  Scottish traditional music scene for over a decade. Internationally recognised as  one of the most iconic and respected Scottish bands on the road today, the seven piece show no signs of slowing down as they continue to push boundaries and  explore new musical and geographical territory, bringing their uplifting and unique  live performances to stages across the world. 

With three hugely successful studio albums under their belt, in October 2021 the  band released their fourth, titled ÙRAR to critical acclaim, and adding to their  success, lead female vocalist, Kim Carnie was crowned ‘Gaelic Singer of the Year’  at the 2021 Hands up for Trad Awards. 

Having played in over 30 countries, including the USA, Asia and Australia (where  they were awarded the accolade “International Artist of the Year” at the Australian  Celtic Music Awards) this multifaceted musical powerhouse has gathered a loyal  fanbase worldwide, due to their self-penned tunes performed on a mixture of  traditional and modern instruments, outstanding songs in Gaelic and English and  vibrant live performances.

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