Thursday, November 23, 2017

Interview: Sam Beam (Iron & Wine) Talks Into Our Ears

Sam Beam is the genius behind the moniker Iron & Wine. Earlier this year, fans were given an early Christmas present of demos and...

Interview: The Shires Talk States And Country

As the first UK country music act to go Top 10 with their debut album Brave back in March, and with their new single All Over...

Interview: Nathan Ball Somersaults Forward

After releasing his EP Howling in April this year, and having just played their biggest stage as a band at this year’s Somersault Festival, we caught...

Interview: Rae Morris – The Past, Present And Future

At the wonderful Somersault Festival a couple of weeks ago, we caught up with our pal Rae Morris, to see how she's been getting...

Interview: Eliza And The Bear Talk To TFFT

Slap bang in the middle of their biggest headline tour to date, Eliza And The Bear spoke to TFFT, following their glorious headline show at...

Interview: Ron Sexsmith – The Past And Future

This week, Thank Folk For That got the chance to speak to Ron Sexsmith about his amazing career, spanning 20 years with 13 albums....

Interview: Swear And Shake On Fueling The Fire

I’m standing outside the open mic night I used to go to in Buffalo and booming from the bar next door, I hear this...

Interview: Stornoway – Unplucked

Stornoway have just released their new EP Unplucked after the successful release of their third full-length album, Bonxie. Thank Folk For That got the chance to...

Interview: Alan Semerdjian’s Brave Songs For Loud Times

Alan Semerdjian is a published poet/essayist, released his third indie folk/pop album Quiet Songs For Loud Times in 2013 and teaches English at Herricks High...

Interview: Yorkston, Thorne And Khan Keep It Sacred

Currently touring their debut collaborative record Everything Sacred, James Yorkston (Scottish folk-extraordinaire), Suhail Yusuf Khan (award-winning classical musician from New Delhi) and Jon Thorne (double bass master...