Northern Ireland had more than its share of sectarian violence in the time known as The Troubles. The story's been told more that a few times. But now it's being told through one family's songs and photographs. The pictures were taken in the 1970s and 80s by award-winning photojournalist Bobbie Hanvey. And his son, Steafán Hanvey wrote the songs, inspired by his dad's photos. As Steafán told me it's "the sound of somebody trying to make sense of a chaotic environment." Steafán is out on the road promoting his new album, Nuclear Family, and his dad's photos. The project is called "Look Behind You! A Father and Son's Impressions of The Troubles in Northern Ireland." Steafán Hanvey remembers growing up with his dad's photos all around.