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Nashville based indie-folk artist Jacob Humber returns with the melancholic and reflective new single ‘Jesus at My Dinging Room Table’, a beautiful, hard-hitting track packed with musical beauty and depth. Lyrically covering heavy subjects from racism to religion whilst touching on a sense of self-reflection, Humber’s gentle, emotional vocal delivery adds extra weight to the …

Patrick Watson is an extraordinary musician – seven albums in and the Canadian singer-songwriter’s delicate melodic tapestries never wear thin. Following 2019’s ‘Wave’, an album of shimmering majestic orchestral pop balladry, comes the announcement of the follow up on Secret City Records ‘Better In The Shade’, available to the digital universe now and in tangible …

Vancouver based Plain Mister Smith showcases his strikingly unique, spotlessly produced Indie-pop-come-folk sound on his debut album ‘I’m Plain Mister Smith’. Musically complex and yet refreshingly light and simplistic on the surface, the brainchild of Mark Jowett manages to create soundscapes full of intrigue, managing to posses both an uplifting brightness and a reflective, personal …

Once we heard ‘When I Fall’, the recent single from Berlin based Robert Laupert, a small signal of hope written in a difficult period in his life, and wrapped up in this country folk exterior, we knew we needed to take notice of what he had to say, and find a little more out about …

NORTHERN IRISH singer-songwriter Conchúr White has today doubled down on his single drop from early March, the lovely late-night tumble of “Vocation Vacation” with the just-add-water-and-stir absolute anthem, “Dreamers”, the video for which we’ve got below.   If you liked the folk-Bunnymen stylings of that last single, you’ll likely fall hard for the widescreen fire …

Come gather round and hear this latest lovely; it’s a yearning folk-rocker, paced placidly, harmonies lofting with an ethereal glow – and it’s not afraid to kick out the guitars on that anthemic finish either. Chloe drops the single, which is very much about the joy and the communing of going to gigs and the …

Since the release of her debut EP Dearly Beloved in 2018, singer Ruby Gilbert has gained growing attention from the music industry with her nostalgic musical style and solid, charismatic vocals. Having received a Queensland Music Award nomination for her debut single Oh Bones, Gilbert has played an array of  prominent Australian music festivals including BIGSOUND and …

Toronto-based musician His His (Aidan Belo) joined us to perform his latest single Winter Journal. After creating the project as an outlet following a move to his family’s hobby farm outside the city, hoping to evoke something rural and honest. Winter Journal is his second single, and to hear it in its original form, follow …

Molly Linen sitting on a beach

Shropshire-born, Glasgow-based singer-songwriter, Molly Linen, has just released her latest song – ‘A Lot To Give’ – on Johnny Lynch’s (aka Pictish Trail) Lost Map Records and you can get it now in all the usual places, including on Bandcamp. This is Linen’s third single, following ‘Away‘ and ‘When They Didn’t Care‘, which both featured …

Pictish Trail, the one man band of Johnny Lynch, release new EP – Dream Wall, on 1st April, featuring the title track (original and remix) plus three remixes of tracks from 2020’s Thumb World. The name was familiar, and I guess if Green Man 2020 had gone ahead, I would have seen him live, given …