Our Song of the Day is from Rachel Newton’s forthcoming album Changeling. The Fairy Man was written by Scottish poet Sydney Goodsir Smith and features Adam Holmes on lead vocals.
Our Artist of the Month for August is Dougie MacLean who celebrates 40 years as a professional musician, read our exclusive in-depth interview in which we look back at his career and to the future.
With a superb new album, Songs and a schedule that sees John Fullbright in the UK for two tours, FRUK caught up with him for an exclusive chat about his art and what makes him tick. (Part 1 of 2)
Watch our exclusive video première from Edd Donovan & The Wandering Moles for ‘The Stone’, the title track from his new EP. Plus UK tour dates, one of which will be broadcast live on the internet.
Listen to Marissa Nadler’s cover of Father John Misty’s ‘Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings’, part of a split 7″ single for which FJM returns the honour with a cover of ‘Drive’.
Paul heads to the WM Jazz Club in the O2 Arena to catch an intimate evening with The Webb Sisters who put on a great night with some unexpected covers for good measure.
Our Song of the Day is from Phillip Henry and Hannah Martin, Elegy & Whitsun Dance was filmed during the recording of their new album Live In Calstock.
Bill Callahan reveals a new video for Javelin Unlanding in which he takes shape as the moon, surveying the earth below. Watch it here and get those tour dates in your diary.
With Stu Larsen launching his new Passenger produced album ‘Vagabond’ at St Pancras Old Church FRUK grab the opportunity for an exclusive chat.
We have a real treat today: our very first collaboration with Bob Harris’ and Under The Apple Tree sessions. Watch the wonderful Otis Gibbs performing in It Was A Train from his new album.
Introducing Cambridge based band Mortal Tides, none of whom are a day over 17 years of age. Hard to believe when you hear them play. Listen to Houses and Drums from their new EP.
We continue our series of ‘Sidmouth Folk Week Memories’ on the countdown to to their Diamond Anniversary with multi-instrumentalist and singer Jo Freya.
Our Song of the Day is from Jeffrey Lewis & The Jrams with Water. They arrive in the UK next month for a series of tour dates as well as Ireland and Europe.
Adrian Roye And The Exiles were invited by Michael Chorney to Vermont to record and the wonderful Reclaimed results. Laced with sweet melody, it’s a blissful musical breeze in the sultry summer.
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