The Brighton-based Willkommen collective – which includes The Leisure Society, The Miserable Rich, Sons of Noel and Adrien and more – have moved their mini festival from one stately home to another and tickets are now available.
Communion has announced a corker of a line-up for its first festival. The London – and now Brighton – night organised by Kev Jones of Cherbourg and Ben Lovett of Mumford and Sons, has curated a folk stage at Bloom in Bristol.
The Willkommen Collective, which counts Sons of Noel and Adrian and The Leisure Society amongst its number, plan an exciting gig in a very special location.
Dreamstress of wonder Alessi’s Ark has begun an epic tour of the British Isles in a bid to spread her web of wonder far and wide. Her travels will take in an eclectic range of venues including instores and one very special gig at a farmhouse which was once a haunt of the Bloomsbury group.
A lot of artists make it onto this website. Despite its obvious folk leanings, indie, electro, a bit of soft rock, shoe gaze and progressive have all featured, championing For Folk’s Sake as a warm welcoming bosom onto which all genres, assuming they’re suitably relaxed and earthy, may lay their head. But make no mistake, Sons of Noel and Adrian is folk to the core.
Sons of Noel and Adrian have announced a UK tour for April and May. The Brighton-based folkies will play 10 dates across England and Scotland, following their hugely successful sell-out tour supporting Mumford and Sons.
The Brighton-based Sons are one of Wilkommen Records’ many awesome folk acts, alongside The Leisure Society, The Miserable Rich and Shoreline