Tag: Worry Dolls

Preview | For Folk’s Sake @ #Blogtober 2018

Now in it’s 3rd year, #Blogtober is a month-long festival ran by Lost In The Manor at The Finsbury in London. Each night in October they host a line-up curated by a different blog. We’ve been taken part since the…

Album | Worry Dolls – Go Get Gone

It has been a long journey from For Folks Sake’s first feature on Worry Dolls to here, and the release of Go Get Gone, their debut album. Back in 2013, the duo, Rosie Jones and Zoe Nichol, were not long…

Session | Worry Dolls

We’re pleased to present our session with the Worry Dolls, playing three songs from their album Go Get Gone. Recorded in Nashville last year with veteran producer Neilson Hubbard, expect to hear distinctive harmonies and music influenced by English folk,…

Artist Playlist | Worry Dolls

Site favourites Worry Dolls, aka Zoe Nicol and Rosie Jones, are gearing up for the release of their Nashville recorded debut album Go Get Gone on the 27th January. To get you in the mood Zoe & Rosie put together…

Premiere | Worry Dolls’ Long Gone video

We’re delighted to present the new video from FFS favourites Worry Dolls, Long Gone. After tirelessly touring the UK and playing countless festivals, Rosie and Zoe upped sticks and travelled to Nashville, where they are currently recording their debut album,…

Premiere | Worry Dolls – Long Gone from new EP Burden

FFS are fresh from Worry Dolls packed out EP launch party at London’s Sebright arms last night, so we’re especially delighted to be premiering the band’s new single, ‘Long Gone’, taken from their new EP. The duo’s second EP Burden…

News | Worry Dolls: New EP, single, and tour

Worry Dolls have recently announced that they will be releasing a new EP, as well as embarking on an extensive UK tour later this year – much to the delight of the London acoustic scene and their fans across the country. The…

Artist blog | Patch & the Giant’s crafty violinst, surprise Hop Farm appearance, and this week’s Sunday Fete

Firstly, to any avidly loyal readers out there (Dad?) I sincerely apologise for not writing an entry for February. Mostly to the bands who played at our event on 23 Feb who SHOULD have received the recognition… so super speedy…