Single Reviews

Sometimes one song done well is enough. Folk and Tumble's single reviews disect the best of country, Americana, and blues, so you can enjoy the listening.

Young Man – Mike Ross


4th March 2019

Mike Ross, one-third of Redfern, Hutchinson, and Ross, releases his debut single 'Young Man' taken from the upcoming album 'The Clovis Limit Part I'.

Love The One You’re With – Mike Ross


14th December 2018

Mike Ross has had a busy 2018, with new albums and constant touring. Somewhere in there, he found time to record this cover of 'Love The One You're With'.

Gold Dust Woman – Steph Cameron


21st November 2018

Steph Cameron's latest release is a spellbinding cover of the Stevie Nicks Fleetwood Mac classic 'Gold Dust Woman' that hints at what's to come in 2019.

Don’t Wait Up – Cormac Neeson


8th November 2018

Best known as frontman of The Answer, Cormac Neeson's latest single 'Don't Wait Up' is a more Americana sounding affair. Catch him live this November.

Birds Eye View – The 4 of Us


2nd March 2018

On the back of their latest release 'Birds Eye View', taken from their most recent album 'Sugar Island', The 4 Of Us announce a string of dates across the island of Ireland.

The Days Of Pearly Spencer – Mandy Bingham


4th October 2017

Mandy Bingham's latest single is something of a family affair, a complete re-imagining of her father David McWilliams' hit 'The Days Of Pearly Spencer'.

Hey, I’m Stephen – King Cedar


6th September 2017

King Cedar is a new name for a familiar face. Northern Irish songwriter Stephen Macartney releases 'Hey I'm Stephen' with Irish honesty and Nashville twang.

Sunny Belfast – Lo-Fi Fun Factory


3rd August 2017

'Sunny Belfast' is the latest single from Northern Irish folk-punk three-piece Lo-Fi Fun Factory, a song brimming with self-deprexcating humour and wit.

Going South – The 4 of Us


21st June 2017

'Going South' is the new single from Irish act The 4 of Us. It's a rose-tinted reminisce of summer days heading south in the car but also a future warning.