Song of the Day

Folk and Tumble's "Song Of The Day" may be a brand new hit, one that's been on the office stereo, or even a classic from our Throwback Thursday archives.

Holy – Frightened Rabbit

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9th July 2014

Frightened Rabbit announce they will definitely play this year's Stendahl Festival after rescheduling. Folk and Tumble celebrate with a listen to 'Holy'.

And Tonight – Lily and Madeleine

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8th July 2014

Lily and Madeleine Jurkiewicz release an EP of acoustic covers from their stunning eponymous LP. It also features 'Sea of Love' as made famous by Cat Power.

Hate Music – Owl John

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7th July 2014

Owl John is Scott Hutchison of Frightened Rabbit. The music of 'John' is darker, with riffs owing as much to Muddy Waters as the muddy banks of the Clyde.

Roses – Hayseed Dixie

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6th July 2014

Bluegrass rockers Hayseed Dixie take on Outkast's hit 'Roses' in their own unique banjo and fiddle fuelled way. Folk and Tumble caught them at Groomsport.

Things – Beans on Toast

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5th July 2014

A firm favourite at Blissfields Festival every year, Beans on Toast is growing old disgracefully with the expected irreverence and tongue in cheek humour.

You Choose – Cadbury Sisters

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4th July 2014

Cadbury Sisters play 'You Choose' in front of a larger than expected crowd at a secret performance in the woods. Folk and Tumble caught them at Blissfields.

Au Contraire – Mat Hunsley

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3rd July 2014

Aged 20 from Newcastle, UK, Mat Hunsley draws on influences like Ben Howard and James Vincent McMorrow but in Folk and Tumble's opinion that's no bad thing.

The Heart – NEEDTOBREATHE

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2nd July 2014

A stunning live session from NEEDTOBREATHE who played 'The Heart' and other tracks from their brand new album at Ocean Way Studios, Los Angeles, California.

July – Mundy

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1st July 2014

Dublin songwriter Mundy ushers in summer with a performance of 'July' from '24 Star Hotel'. This raucous live version is from Oxegen festival in July 2008.