Album artwork for Cuckoo Storm  by Marry Waterson, Adrian Crowley

The Cuckoo Storm might never have been, were it not for a social media post Crowley wrote on a wintery late-night walk in a quiet neighbourhood of Dublin during lockdown. Struck by Waterson's previous album Death Had Quicker Wings Than Love (co-written with David A Jaycock), he wanted to mark the moment and pressed 'send' into the ether with no way of knowing what would follow. Drawn to his voice and seeing a kindred spirit in his poetic lyrics, Waterson was touched by his message and responded by asking if he would be interested in working together. His answer was a resounding ‘yes.’ Cuckoo Storm is a deeply compelling album. A serendipitous collaboration that has resulted in a collection of 11 beautifully crafted songs, sung by two voices that are a powerful match. Waterson’s brilliantly distinctive voice is underpinned by Crowley’s rich baritone and together it’s an intoxicating mix.

Adrian Crowley, Marry Waterson

Cuckoo Storm

One Little Independent Records
Album artwork for Cuckoo Storm  by Marry Waterson, Adrian Crowley
LP

£26.99

Black
Released 08/03/2024Catalogue Number

TPLP1825

Album artwork for Cuckoo Storm  by Marry Waterson, Adrian Crowley
LP +

£27.99

Red
Released 08/03/2024Catalogue Number

TPLP1825LTD

Album artwork for Cuckoo Storm  by Marry Waterson, Adrian Crowley
CD

£10.99

Released 08/03/2024Catalogue Number

TPLP1825CD

Adrian Crowley, Marry Waterson

Cuckoo Storm

One Little Independent Records
Album artwork for Cuckoo Storm  by Marry Waterson, Adrian Crowley
LP

£26.99

Black
Released 08/03/2024Catalogue Number

TPLP1825

Album artwork for Cuckoo Storm  by Marry Waterson, Adrian Crowley
LP +

£27.99

Red
Released 08/03/2024Catalogue Number

TPLP1825LTD

Album artwork for Cuckoo Storm  by Marry Waterson, Adrian Crowley
CD

£10.99

Released 08/03/2024Catalogue Number

TPLP1825CD

The Cuckoo Storm might never have been, were it not for a social media post Crowley wrote on a wintery late-night walk in a quiet neighbourhood of Dublin during lockdown. Struck by Waterson's previous album Death Had Quicker Wings Than Love (co-written with David A Jaycock), he wanted to mark the moment and pressed 'send' into the ether with no way of knowing what would follow. Drawn to his voice and seeing a kindred spirit in his poetic lyrics, Waterson was touched by his message and responded by asking if he would be interested in working together. His answer was a resounding ‘yes.’ Cuckoo Storm is a deeply compelling album. A serendipitous collaboration that has resulted in a collection of 11 beautifully crafted songs, sung by two voices that are a powerful match. Waterson’s brilliantly distinctive voice is underpinned by Crowley’s rich baritone and together it’s an intoxicating mix.