Folk and Tumble’s Indie-Folk Playlist – 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.

Indie-Folk Playlist

Folk and Tumble

  • Indie
  • Folk
  • Americana

  1. A Poet To His Beloved - Julie Abbé
  2. The Unlimited - Sufjan Stevens
  3. Harlot On Holy Hill - Blackbird & Crow
  4. Don't Beat The Girl Out Of My Boy - Anna Calvi/Courtney Barnett
  5. Beaten Down - Sharon Van Etten
  6. Beneath The Skin Of England - Emily Barker
  7. Storm In A Cup - Laura Ryder
  8. Bubblegum - Matt McGinn/Ciara O'Neill
  9. Revived - John Blek
  10. Never Be The Same Again - Chloe Foy
  11. Already Forgiven - Basia Bulat
  12. After The Rain - The Lost Brothers
  13. Mayflower Waltz - Seth Lakeman
  14. Blue Jean Baby - Cayley Thomas
  15. Falling For You - Luan Parle
  16. Mae bywyd yn berfformans - Al Lewis / Glain Rhys
  17. Almost Home - Luke Sital-Singh
  18. Dust Settles - The Lone Bellow
  19. I Don't Mind (If I'm With You) - Brian Fallon
  20. The Alarmist - Pinegrove

Winter is slowly becoming spring and the hopeful shoots of indie-folk and Americana are bursting forth. The Folk and Tumble Indie-Folk Playlist for February 2020 is perfect listening accompanied by the sound of raindrops on the window.

Hats off to Blackbird & Crow, Matt McGinn, John Blek, Basia Bulat, and The Lost Brothers for kicking off February 2020 with some stellar albums. There were also new tunes from Emily Barker, Sharon Van Etten, Sujan Stevens, Anna Calvi, Courtney Barnett, and Pinegrove.

February continued and we got new records from Seth Lakeman, Luan Parle, and Julie Abbé. Also on the Folk and Tumble stereo were new singles from Luke Sital-Singh and The Lone Bellow.

The 2020 Brit Awards took some criticism for their lack of female nominees. The indie-folk scene certainly seems to be producing some amazing female artists at the moment. Among the new singles to make it onto the Folk and Tumble stereo in February 2020 are those by Laura Ryder, Chloe Foy, and Cayley Thomas. We’ve also been enjoying releases from the upcoming Brian Fallon record and the beautiful Welsh-language tracks from Al Lewis.

Put your headphones on. Come in, we say, we’ll give you shelter from the storm.