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Established in 2010, Folk and Tumble reviews the latest folk, country, Americana, and blues records and interviews the writers and players behind the music.

New Music

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The Whole World Awaits You – Marc Ribler

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22nd July 2021

Marc Ribler's latest record 'The Whole World Awaits You', co-produced by Steven Van Zandt is the sound of the summer of 2021 in more ways than one.

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Summer Of Sorcery Live! at the Beacon Theatre – Little Steven and the Disciples of Soul

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21st July 2021

Little Steven and the Disciples of Soul are best when live and loud on stage, and 'Summer Of Sorcery Live! at the Beacon Theatre' is the living proof.

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Bayou Liberty – Tiffany Pollack and Co.

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16th July 2021

'Bayou Liberty' is the brand new album from Louisiana-based Tiffany Pollack and Co. It's a genre-crossing record packed with memorable melody and sharp songwriting.

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At the Bottom of a Canyon in the Branches of a Tree – Steve Dawson

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15th July 2021

'At The Bottom Of A Canyon In The Branches Of A Tree' is the latest record from Steve Dawson; an emotional journey through family, love, and life.

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Exit Wounds – The Wallflowers

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9th July 2021

It's been almost a decade since Jakob Dylan and The Wallflowers last full-length studio album but they are back with 'Exit Wounds'. Has it been worth the wait?

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No Offense, Nevermind, Sorry – Pilgrim

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1st July 2021

'No Offense, Nevermind, Sorry' is the latest release from Pilgrim fronted by musician Beau Roberson, and we make no apologies for our liking of these tales of love and loss.

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Back From The Edge – Mark Cameron

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1st July 2021

With sharp satirical swipes at modern life, moody blues, horns and harmonica, Mark Cameron's 'Back From The Edge' is an enjoyable early-summer listen.

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Queen of the In Between – K.C. Jones

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25th June 2021

K.C. Jones is a singer, songwriter, and musician with a brand new record. Is it country? Pop? Rock? Jones is the 'Queen of the In Between'.

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Hardcore From The Heart – Joana Serrat

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24th June 2021

'Hardcore From The Heart' is the latest record from Catalan-singer and songwriter Joana Serrat, a continuation of her folk-gaze, Americana journey.

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Alive and OK – Jeremy James Meyer

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17th June 2021

'Alive and OK' is the latest album from Jeremy James Meyer, proving the Americana genre covers a wide spectrum of sound from country to jazz and everything between.

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Go By Feel – The Hello Darlins

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16th June 2021

'Go By Feel' is the debut record from Canadian-based The Hello Darlins and it's a strong first step onto the well-worn Americana highways.

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Long Lost – Lord Huron

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4th June 2021

Lord Huron's 'Long Lost' plays with the concept of an old-time radio station, laden with hooks, harmonies, and a heavy side of nostalgia.

Folk and Tumble Interviews and Articles

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Eels announce details of a Belfast show

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15th July 2021

With more than 20 years, and 14 albums under their belt, Eels announce a welcome return to the road with the 'Lockdown Hurricane' show in Spring 2022.

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Interview with Val McCallum

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5th July 2021

We caught up with guitarist Val McCallum to talk solo works, touring with Jackson Browne, and we found out who goes by the name of "Richard the Turd".

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Foy Vance announces an intimate Belfast show and new album

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18th June 2021

Foy Vance's upcoming record 'Signs Of Life' may be one of his most personal yet, and you can catch a rare intimate show in Belfast this September.

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Saint Sister announces Belfast show

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2nd June 2021

With new album 'Where I Should End' due for release this summer, Irish electro-folk duo Saint Sister reveal details of an upcoming Belfast show.

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Van Morrison announces additional post-lockdown Belfast shows

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28th May 2021

Van Morrison has been vocal about ending lockdown and heralding a return to live performances and aptly, he'll be doing just that this summer in Belfast.

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Jack Cade releases new video single ‘The Amber Lights’

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14th May 2021

'The Amber Lights' is the third video single from Jack Cade's 'Death Throes of a Jaded Empire'. Watch it here and hear what Jack has to say...

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Interview with Gerry Beckley

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12th May 2021

He's the frontman of America and he's currently in Australia. With life in lockdown, we took time out to talk to the legendary Gerry Beckley.

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European tour and a new book from Courtney Marie Andrews

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6th May 2021

Courtney Marie Andrews returns with a brand new book of poetry 'Old Monarch' and news of a series of long-awaited tour dates across Europe.

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Interview with Martyn Joseph

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19th April 2021

We caught up with Welsh songwriter and performer Martyn Joseph to see how the last year has been and how it's shaping his upcoming new record.