Wonderful, of Bob Dylan-esque depth and organic arrangement, and worth more than a few listens throughout this rainy January of 2022.
“We’re a band for the people. We know life has its ups and downs, and we’re not going to pretend that it doesn’t have those highs and lows.”
“We never doubt our instincts, We trust our ears, if it sounds right it usually is… We don’t wait to be told our songs are good, We know it when we write one.”
Acoustic guitar vibes in strong supply kick off the intimate and passionate live sound of River Knight’s new album Grow.
Timelessly impressive, talented and purposeful with his writing and musicianship – the songs of Chris Watkins/Drunk Poets are always worth taking the time out to experience.
The songs sound completely different in this setting, their concepts and underlying emotions pour through with more urgency and raw passion, which connects in a pure and lasting way.
An artist of impressively poetic roots and immersive musical heights, Stuart Pearson has released a multitude of original projects in recent years, not least of all the superbly creative, dark Americana album Mojave.
Acoustic punk rock of familiar vibes yet fresh lyrical explorations – Marc with a C connects and intrigues as this brand new EP emerges.
Stunningly delicate, expressive and breathy vocals meet with the simple strum of an acoustic guitar for this refreshingly intimate, poetic and enchanting new single from Cherry-Ilex.
Leading with the simple, raw strum of an acoustic guitar, and dreamy, soulful vocals that capture the essence and imagery of the song beautifully…
Wonderful – perhaps their best yet, but at the very least a strong reminder of the Birds Over Arkansas creative reach.
The UK’s own Lochlan Shaw releases an acoustic debut EP that consistently holds close to his profoundly considerate, fearlessly open manner of writing and performing.