EP Reviews

Enjoy these bitesize bits of country, folk, blues, and Americana with Folk and Tumble's EP Reviews from some of the finest songwriters and bands out there.

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EP 1 – The Magpie Arc


24th September 2020

'EP1' is the debute release from the Scottish/English group The Magpie Arc. The 4-track effort draws on influences from folk and Americana.

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Look Away Sun Child – Matthew McDaid


28th August 2020

'Look Away Sun Child' is the latest release from Matthew McDaid. It's a refreshing mix of Americana, folk, and the sounds of his Catalan home.

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Faerie Fire – Marc Block


16th July 2020

'Faerie Fire' by Marc Block is a preview EP of some songs that will be on his upcoming album 'Faerie Fire Dances' later in the year and some that won't.

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Apples In The Fall – Anna Lynch


19th March 2020

On 'Apples In The Fall', Anna Lynch explores the heartache and tribulations of modern life with subtle musicianship and Springsteen-esque storytelling.

David Latto – Show Me How To Feel


29th October 2019

'Show Me How To Feel' is a meditative, melodic, five-track EP that marks a return from the creative wilderness for Americana songwriter David Latto.

Thanksgiving – Rachel Baiman


14th November 2018

'Thanksgiving' is the recently released EP from American songwriter Rachel Baiman. Expect bluegrass and Americana sounds and thought-provoking lyrics.

Coulda Done Better – Junior Johnson


18th October 2017

Songwriter Junior Johnson returns with a brand new EP 'Coulda Done Better'. Backed by a full band, this short EP showcases the Co. Antrim man at his best.

Emma Langford – Emma Langford


25th July 2016

Hailing from Limerick, Ireland, Emma Langford looks set to follow in the footsteps of the likes of Cara Dillon or Lisa Hannigan but with even more in store.

Grown Ups Need Lullabies Too – Eilidh Patterson


8th February 2016

Eilidh Patterson returns after a three year absence with a brand new EP entitled 'Grown Ups Need Lullabies Too' and it's an enjoyable one for all ages.