(October 2010) 11 tracks (49 mins): Troubles * Shotgun * Vandy Vandy * Hand Ba' Breakdown * Eppie Morrie * Pipers And Polys * Morning Star * Puirt * Meltdown * Room To Breathe * Sugar And Pie.

The Shee are an exceptional all-female band showcasing three powerful vocalists and an astonishing level of instrumental prowess.

Their diverse range of individual musical influences combine to produce an adventurous brew of Folk, Scots, Gaelic and Bluegrass.

They have earnt considerable recognition along the way, with high profile performances at festivals including Cambridge and Celtic Connections, as well as concerts across Europe and Canada.

Decadence is the second album from the group. Their debut album A Different Season was followed by nominations in both the Scots Trad Music Awards and the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards.

Musical achievements by individual band members include BBC Radio Scotland's Young Traditional Musician Award and the Critics' Awards For Theatre In Scotland For Best Use of Music, as well as performances with Sting, The Unusual Suspects, Shooglenifty, The Kathryn Tickell Band and Scandinavian group Frigg.

Lillias Kinsman-Blake (flute, whistle), Shona Mooney (fiddle), Rachel Newton (electroharp, vocals), Olivia Ross (vocals, fiddle, viola), Laura-Beth Salter (mandolin, vocals) and Amy Thatcher (accordion).

"An all-female revelation... Fresh, feisty music" (fRoots)

"First class..." (Penguin Eggs)

"The Shee are brilliant... Their version of Tom Paine's Bones is one of my favourite songs of the last twelve months..." (Mike Harding, BBC Radio 2)

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