Kilmaine Saints

SAINT (noun)
1. a person of great holiness, virtue, or benevolence.
2. a founder, sponsor, or patron, as of a movement or organization.

KILMAINE (noun)
1. a rural village in County Mayo, Ireland.

KILMAINE SAINTS (noun)
1. Musical group that is equal parts Irish Swagger, Scottish Pride and whiskey. This explosive, high-energy Celtic rock band from Central PA will lift your hearts, your spirits, and your pint when you’re not looking.

 

I am proud to announce  the release of “Drunken Redemption”. This is the second studio release from Harrisburg, PA Celtic rockers Kilmaine Saints. Awhiskey-soaked, bagpipe & fiddle  driven juggernaut, this CD proves that they’re not a band to be taken lightly. With a hard-hitting, modern sound more reminiscent of today’s Celtic powerhouses, these five lads & lass have quickly established themselves as a force in the Celtic rock scene.    Original songs such as Battle Cry, When We Come To Town and Black & Blue Jig will have you pumping your fists, dancing furiously & singing along at the top of your lungs, while songs such as All For One, Whiskey’s Calling & 57 will make you remember what it means to be Irish – the struggle, the brotherhood, and the pride. They also give a nod to their roots with a few Traditional Irish tunes, stamped with the Saint’s own brand of blood & fire, that even the most traditional die-hard Irish rebel will know by heart. This follow up to their first CD, 2010’s “The Good, The Plaid & The Ugly”, takes the myth of the Sophomore Jinx & tosses it right out the window. With hundreds of shows all over the Eastern US since 2009, playing blistering, high energy sets at venues & Irish festivals from Michigan to Maine, the Saints don’t plan on stopping anytime soon. So raise a pint & give a cheer, this one’s for friends both far & near!

You can find a free download of the song below (British Soldier Go On Home) if you follow this link to CD Baby!!!