All posts tagged: folk

Aisha Badru ‘Bridges’ Video

Back in 2015, New York’s Aisha Badru released her debut EP ‘Vacancy’, building up a strong following and eventually catching the attention of Volkswagen, who used her track ‘Waiting Around’ in an advert campaign. With her debut album forthcoming this year on Nettwerk Music Group, Badru has unveiled the video to the leading single titled ‘Bridges’. Directed by Nathan Presley, the ups and downs of a relationship are highlighted as the boyfriend in this situation finds himself at odds with himself whilst his girlfriend stands a bit more firm with confidence.

Fenne Lily Announces Debut Album ‘On Hold’

Bristol-based singer Fenne Lily has announced the details and release of her debut album ‘On Hold’. Scheduled to land April 6th, the LP features production by John Parish, Tamu Massif and James Thorpe. The theme of the record revolves around heartache and the overcoming of it.

Listen to Gregor McEwan’s ‘You And I’

Gregor McEwan is an artist who exudes brilliance across the board. Making a name for himself as one of Germany’s prolific acts, the Berlin-based artist has released his new album ‘From A To Beginning’ via Stargazer Records and Midsummer Records. Gliding across the spectrum of indie and folk, he has also brought forth his latest single ‘You And I’, which is featured on the new record.

Listen to Susanna’s ‘Freight Train’

Norwegian singer Susanna will release her 12th album ‘Go Dig My Grave’, a collaborative record with folk vocalist Tuva Syvertsen, accordion player Ida Hidle and baroque harp player Giovanna Pessi, on Feb 9th. One of thes songs taken from the upcoming LP is her new single ‘Freight Train’. An airy and organic recording, the arrangements dance around Susanna’s floating vocals. Belowis a stream of the track. ‘Go Dig My Grave’ will land via SusannaSonata.

Fenne Lily Shares Her Delicate Indie Folk Track ‘For A While’

Bristol artist Fenne Lily returns with a tender offering titled ‘For A While’. Scaling back with simply delicate acoustics and her angel-like vocals, the song is an airy and beautiful indie folk piece that yet again finds Lily at the top of her craft.

Fenne Lily is also gearing up for a few shows beginning the 17th of January at the Eurosonic Festival in Groningen. Check the listings below for dates and venues.

Lauran Hibberd’s ‘Hunny Is This What Adults Do?’ is Infectious

Hailing from the Isle Of Wight, singer Lauren Hibberd’s music is packed with a playful warmth of indie-folk that is one delicious serving. Her latest track ‘Hunny Is This What Adults Do?’ is a shining example, as the high-spirited tune finds Hibberd examining her future compared to those around her who seem to be starting families, etc. Bubbling with youthful energy, Lauran Hibberd blossoms in her new recording, making us crave more. Have a listen. Read more […]

Duendita Shares Her Warming Single ‘Pray’

NYC-based singer Duendita has an old soul swarming around in her young body. With touching baritone vocals, the Queens native shares her lifting single ‘Pray’. Stripped back and organically warming acoustics provide the backdrop, allowing Duendita to give thanks whilst motivating others to love one another before the days come to an end. You can stream ‘Pray’ down below. Read more […]

South London’s Luca Makes His Debut with the Cinematic ‘Wales’

South London singer Luca makes a grand debut with his breath-taking new single ‘Wales’. Poetical lyrics combined with Leonard Cohen-esque story telling, soar alongside the sky dancing, cinematic production which is nothing short of spectacular. Currently working with producer Dan Brown on his forthcoming LP, Luca definitely has our full attention. Touching on the single, Luca mentioned: “‘Wales’ is the story of not being quite ready when you find the thing you truly love, and just missing Read more […]

Lucy Rose ‘End Up Here’ Video

Having gone to America to tour with the mod father himself Paul Weller, Lucy Rose has shared the video for her tune ‘End Up Here’, which is a bonus cut recorded whilst working on her album ‘Something’s Changing’. The visuals feature Rose struggling to go to sleep on a couch which is presumably an ex lover’s or perhaps a current one. After continuous tossing and turning, it becomes clear that sleeping is just not in her agenda for the night. Have a look.