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Video Premiere | Bob Bradshaw – Story Goes

For Folk’s Sake is pleased to begin its 2019 publishing season with Bob Bradshaw’s ‘Story Goes’. It’s also a first for the artist, being the Irish-born, Boston-based singer-songwriter’s first tune ushered into the new year. With ‘Story Goes’, Bradshaw steps…

Feature | 2018 Highlights

As the year is drawing to a close we asked FFS writers to share their highlights from what, we all agree, has been a pretty good year for music. You’ll find a selection of tracks for these artists on our…

Album | Me and My Friends – Look Up

Combining Ghanaian highlife, Jamaican roots and Afro Brazilian folk music, Me and My Friends’ musically heady hybrid creates an instantly recognisable sound defying easy categorisation. The West African finger-picking of Nick Rasie, along with stunning harmonies, highly evocative cello and…

Premiere | Café Spice – Lauren

Café Spice have been charming their home city of Manchester for a while now, building up a fine reputation with live performances of their beautiful harmonies and sweet tunes. And now the trio – made up of Georgia Gage, Eleanor…

Video premiere | Stanlaey – The Mountain Collector

“We thrive when we are in harmony with our natural environment,” says Bethany Stenning, aka Stanlaey. “‘The Mountain Collector’ explores overcoming negative emotions through union with nature.” ‘The Mountain Collector’ is the second single from Stanlaey’s upcoming album The Human…

Album Premiere | Alex Dunn – Scattered Poems

With his debut album, Scattered Poems, Alex Dunn proudly walks in the footsteps of singer-songwriters who have laid Seattle’s unwittingly roots-laden musical foundation. A gateway of the Gold Rush, Washington has a hefty catalog of warm folk songwriting enveloped in the…