Gwenno is a musician and conceptual artist from Cardiff, Wales. Her debut album, Y Dydd Olaf, won the Welsh Music Prize 2015 and Le Kov, her critically acclaimed second album, was written and sung entirely in Cornish.  Le Kov translates as ‘Place of Memory’, and includes the song Tir ha Mor (land and sea) which was directly inspired by the work of Peter Lanyon.  

You can learn more about Gwenno’s making and thinking behind Le Kov here, this in-depth interview with The Quietus and with The Guardian.

Listen to Le Kov via Spotify here.

Gwenno’s BBC Radio 4 episode, Songs from the Edgelands, documents her trip to the SUNS festival in Italy to celebrate the power of songs sung in minoritised languages.

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