Author: Lynn Roberts

Lynn founded For Folk's Sake in 2008. Her favourite artists are Joni Mitchell, The Leisure Society and The Mountain Goats. She plays keyboards in Joe Innes & the Cavalcade.

Video | Tom Robinson – The Mighty Sword Of Justice

The wonderful 6 music DJ Tom Robinson has long been an avid supporter of new bands via his radio show – and now after a twenty year break from writing and recording – he’s back to making music as well…

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,…

Guest Blog | Danny Green of Laish on this Sunday’s We Come Alive feat. Sam Mumford, Dan Haywood Band and Grand Palace

Dear readers, We Come Alive has been on sabbatical this summer since our last cracking show in June. We have been on tour in Italy, at four music festivals, and a snuck in a holiday too. Now we are ready…

News | Patch & the Giant announce Autumn tour

FFS favourites Patch & the Giant, have announced a string of Autumn tour dates. Londoners Patch & The Giant have spent most of 2015 writing and recording their debut album with producer Nick Trepka (Emmy the Great). After a mammoth run of 11…

Premiere | Kathryn Williams’ new single ‘Mirrors’

FFS is delighted to bring you the video premiere for Kathryn Williams new single ‘Mirrors’. Due for released on 8th July, ‘Mirrors’ is the first single from Kathryn’s Sylvia Plath-inspired album Hypoxia. The album is based on Plath’s novel The…

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…

Premiere | The Ballad of Ronnie Radford by Harry Harris

‘The Ballad of Ronnie Radford’ tells the story of one of the most famous goals in FA Cup history, when semi-professional Hereford United winger Ronnie Radford scored from 30 yards to help his team beat the giants of Newcastle United…