“If you’ve never heard anything about The Mayflower and the birth of the modern USA, these words and music could be your primer.” The words of Seth Lakeman on A Pilgrim’s Tale. Out now on BMG.
Finnish folksters Frigg commemorate twenty years of music-making with a celebratory set of exuberant and evocative tunes.
Second mixtape from the London roots outfit that comes named after a line from a 10th Century spell translated from Old English.
Jon Boden reunites with his Remnant King rearguard for the latest part of his solo journey.
Wit woo – what better way to start your Christmas countdown than with an evening of Yorkshire seasonal pub carols and songs guided by Kate Rusby.
As seasonal as the turkey and trimmings, there’s a new Kate Rusby Christmas album, Holly Head.
Channeling some fascinating songs from the Victorian era, Harp & A Monkey follow up War Stories with another fine collection of engaging tales.
Every now and then an album is released that surpasses all others within its genre. Small Town Stories is one of those albums.
The Brighton folksters delight in delving deep into the folk tradition. Going places where few rarely go, Neighbours And Sisters follows up the 2018 Sunday Express Album Of The Year, The Crowing.
Harri Endersby helps us travel wherever we want with her wonderful new album.
An At The Barrier works trip finds Dom, Howard & Mike each adding their own bit to a Manchester folk Festival night at Gorilla.
Bella Hardy, former Folk Singer Of The Year gets the retrospective treatment.
Gold Of Scar And Shale finds Jack Rutter following up Hills with a set that further enhances his reputation as a solo artist.
The Trials Of Cato bring their fiddle free folk to The Met and nail it.
News of the new album from one of folk music’s leading lights, Jon Boden.