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.

July – Ellie Ford


23rd October 2015

With her debut record not due for release until 2016, we thought it was a little unfair to make you wait to wrap your ears around the sounds of Ellie Ford.

S.O.B. – Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats


20th July 2015

With an album on the Stax label, Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats have started as they mean to go on. Rave reviews, sell out shows and blistering soul!

Little Blind – Joshua Burnside


30th June 2015

NI based songwriter Joshua Burnside will play Belfast's Spectrum Festival this July. We have chosen his song 'Little Blind' as our song of the day.

Take Down Your Flag – Peter Mulvey


24th June 2015

While on tour with Ani DiFranco, inspired by the horrific events in Charleston, Peter Mulvey penned this thoughtful song and encouraged others to become involved.

Let the Waters Rise – Holy Ghost Electric Show


20th June 2015

What would Bob Dylan sound like today if he'd been born in New Orleans... Michael asks the question and suggests Holy Ghost Electric Show as the possible answer.

Won’t Look Back – Keston Cobblers Club


19th June 2015

Keston Cobblers Club might be the more British folk-pop you've ever heard, or never heard because to date they're a well kept secret but all that is set to change.

Summer of Love – Waxahatchee


18th June 2015

After recently attending a Waxahatchee show in Belfast I have added Katie Crutchfields brand of dreamy indie rock to my expanding list of female favourites.

The Next Storm – Frank Turner


17th June 2015

Winchester meets WWE in the new video from Frank Turner, which features retired wrestling superstar CM Punk as well as some catchy hooks and grappling holds.

What Can I Say? – Skinny Lister


16th June 2015

London six-piece Skinny Lister have been bringing fun, folk and flagons of rum to fans across the world and they're heading for Northern Irish shores soon.