Folk and Tumble’s Indie-Folk Playlist – March 2020

In a world gone crazy, there will always be good music. It's though times for a lot of people out there so stay at home, stay safe, and enjoy some tunes.

Indie-Folk Playlist

Folk and Tumble

  • Indie
  • Folk
  • Americana

  1. The Anchor - St. Alban
  2. Bloodlines - Night House
  3. Garden Song - Phoebe Bridgers
  4. Sowing Acorns - Emma Langford / Vanessa Ifediora
  5. Time Will Tell - Scott Clay
  6. Where Devils Weep - Jonathan Hultén
  7. Glow In The Dark Stars - Ron Sexsmith
  8. Can't Help Falling In Love - Leftover Cuties
  9. The Singularity - Malojian and Jason Lyttle
  10. Damsel In Distress - Rufus Wainwright
  11. The Earth Isn't Flat and Other Fake News - Kellen Of Troy
  12. Persona Non-Grata - Bright Eyes
  13. Unreal City - M Ward
  14. Two Minds - Cayley Thomas
  15. Self Untitled - Non Canon
  16. At A Light - Teddy Thompson
  17. Devil Put The Coal In The Ground - Steve Earle
  18. What've I Done To Help - Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit
  19. Rules Of Engagement - Harrow Fair
  20. About Last Night - The Shires

Well, March 2020 has been a weird one. The live music scene has shut down. Yet, somehow, I'm enjoying far more music than ever before thanks to the great artists live-streaming on various platforms. New releases are still coming and this month's Indie-Folk Playlist has a few of our favourites.

There are some Irish artists on here as always, including Emma Langford, St. Alban, and Malojian. There are stalwarts of the Americana scene like Steve Earle and Teddy Thompson. And, yes, it’s still #WomensHistoryMonth and so a perfect reason to enjoy brand new tunes from the likes of Phoebe Bridgers and Cayley Thomas amongst others.

No one knows what the following days, weeks, or months may bring but there will always be music and hardworking musicians to keep us entertained in the most confusing and darkest of times. Enjoy our March 2020 Indie-Folk Playlist, stay inside, stay safe, and find out how to best support your favourite artists.