Friends // Hannah Strickland

This. Is. Beautiful. It's like the sad but sweet ending to a movie. Reminiscent of Civil Wars and Laura Marling, Hannah Strickland makes incredible memorable, bittersweet indie folk that makes you wonder why she hasn't made more. Simplistic in it's delivery, just a lone guitar which doesn't pull focus from Hannahs vocals, this is definitely... Continue Reading →

Police at the Door // Danny Ansell & Co

I can't quite place my finger on this one, it's kind of Black Keys meets the 80s British Invasion kind of twang. The rest of the album has more of a 60's feel, it really does have the feeling that he really knows his roots and plays them to create something beautiful. It's folksey acoustic... Continue Reading →

10 Pounds // Joe T. Johnson

Joe T. Johnson hailing from sunny Bristol crafts sleepy folk rock, think Bob Dylan and particularly Billy Bragg. His new single is a chilled, crisp tune to spend those sleepy days in lockdown. I particularly like the relatability of his lyrics and storytelling, we've all found 10 pounds and wasted it in slightly less than... Continue Reading →

Band of the Week // Caroline Rose

Folk, Pop, Indie, relatable, sarcastic and a multi instrumentalist, needless to say, Caroline Rose is 100% going to be huge. Her debut is pretty much spot on and her latest is a bit more poppy IMHO but you need them in your life. She will be appearing at The Great Escape in Brighton this year... Continue Reading →

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