With her acclaimed second album, the Cornish language record ‘Le Kov’ now out, Gwenno has today shared a video for ‘Eus Keus?’, the second single to be released from the LP.

Translating to “is there cheese?” in English, Gwenno says of the Cornish pagan pop song:

“The Druids believed in the power of words and the magic that they created with repetition. ‘Eus Keus?’ is a pagan pop song celebrating 10,000 years of cheese offering as a gift to the gods. We call on the people of Kernow, and beyond – chant with us!”


Critical acclaim for ‘Le Kov’:

“Sitting somewhere between Air, Serge Gainsbourg and Broadcast, Gwenno conjures up ten atmospheric tracks filled with driving beats, bubbling synths and clouds of reverb, over which she sails gorgeous melodies…. Le Kovcasts a lovely musical spell.” 

— Q Magazine —


“There is shared ground with Jane Weaver, Broadcast and Cate Le Bon, but Saunders marks out her own terrain… An immersive statement of identity and survival in a fractured world, catching the light between the ancient and the modern.” 

— Mojo —


“An exploration of Cornish identity… The melodies will keep people coming back: purposeful and direct, reminiscent of Broadcast in their creation of a psychedelia that looks backwards and forwards simultaneously.”

— The Guardian —


“Totally engaging regardless of the listener’s mother tongue… A constant pleasure.” 

— Shindig Magazine —


“One of the most ageless and accessible pop records of 2018.” 

— Record Collector —


“Gwenno is on a mission to keep Cornish alive… There’s a mystical quality to the language that’s perfectly suited to pop.” 

— The Sunday Times Magazine —



Gwenno has recently played a run of sold out shows in celebration of ‘Le Kov.’

This summer she plays a number of UK festivals and we’re delighted to announce that she will play her biggest ever headline show at London’s Islington Assembly Hall in the Autumn.

Check out the live dates, tickets and all the latest news on Gwenno’s Artist page ↓