By Julie Williams-Nash
19th February 2020
'Te yn y Grug' (Tea in the Heather) is the new album by singer-songwriter Al Lewis in which he celebrates the rich history of his native land and language.
By Gerry McNally
18th February 2020
Folk duo Kit Hawes and Aaron Catlow's new record 'Pill Pilots' is an exciting journey through the rich industrial and musical heritage of the British Isles.
Delving deep into the mysticism of nature's seasons, The Unthanks have lovingly created a TV soundtack for Mackenzie Crook's version of Worzel Gummidge.
17th February 2020
'Dreaming Is Allowed' is the debut album by Irish folk songwriter Sean Mathews in which he combines traditional Irish music with contemporary themes.
By Scott Edgar
14th February 2020
Folk and Tumble's Indie-Folk Playlist for February 2020 features Sufjan Stevens, Emily Barker, Basia Bulat, John Blek, Pinegrove, and more great music.
13th February 2020
'Never Say Goodbye' is the first studio album from Luan Parle since 2010's 'The Full Circle' and based on first listens, it's been a decade well spent.
11th February 2020
Julie Abbé's latest release 'Numberless Dreams' finds her paying tribute to work of the great poet WB Yeats by bringing together great music and songs.
7th February 2020
The Coronas are back with new single 'Haunted' showcasing a new ambient folk pop sound and news of big summer festival dates.
By Damian McNairney
6th February 2020
Seth Lakeman is back with 'The Pilgrim's Tale'. A concept album documenting the journery of the English sailing ship The Mayflower four hundred years ago.