And Den Dey Made Tae was recorded as live. The two brothers sat in a room together and played through from start to finish. The album showcases an honest and fun recording with fiddle and guitar played in exciting and innovative ways.
Ross Couper said: “Ryan and I grew up playing music together and so it’s been really lovely to get something actually physically recorded. By capturing the tunes in as live a way as possible, we were able to convey the energy we have when we play together. We know each other’s playing inside out so it was really great just to see where this album took us and we’re both really happy with the final result. It’s a simple concept, just straight-up exciting fiddle and guitar music that celebrates our family ties, family history and family values.”