In his latest 10th studio album, Nathan Carter takes listeners on a musical journey through his beloved Irish Heartland. Recorded at studios in Granard, Nenagh and New York, the eighteen-track production (including one bonus song) features collaborations with legendary artists including The High Kings, Finbar Furey and Cherrish the Ladies. The album also features a stunning orchestral accompaniment from the Bulgarian Symphony Orchestra, as well as the much-loved sound of the Nathan Carter Band. 'Irish Heartland' sees Nathan put his own spin on some of Ireland's most loved traditional tunes including Grace, Beeswing and Ned of the Hill. Alongside these traditional arrangements, he has also carefully selected a number of more modern songs including 'Ireland', written by Garth Brooks and a new arrangement of the self-penned 'Boat to Liverpool.' Speaking ahead of the release, the singer said: "It's fair to say that creating it has been a labour of love for me. Since long before my professional career in music, I have had a love for Irish songs. Over the years, I have adored performing folk music everywhere from Fleadh Ceoils to theatres and arenas across the world. Wherever I play, these songs are now some of the most popular on my set list and I play them with immense pride."