Saturday, August 17, 2019

A Day And A Night With: Josienne Clarke & Ben Walker...

Another installment of our ‘A Day And A Night With…’ feature for you today, where we spend some quality time with one of our...

Interview: The Wood Brothers – An Extra Drop Of Truth

For the first time in three years, the Wood Brothers are releasing a new studio record. One Drop Of Truth is their sixth original...

Interview: Nick Mulvey – On Folk, Fatherhood And Fuckery

What a week it's been for Nick Mulvey; following the release of his second solo album Wake Up Now on Friday, he then went...

Interview: Kim Churchill – Album Drops, Continent Hops & Tour Stops

Ahead of the release of his new record Weight_Falls this Friday, we caught up with Australian singer-songwriter Kim Churchill, to discuss the journey of the album,...

Interview: Patch & The Giant – Aiming For The Top Of...

Ahead of the release of their debut record All That We Had, We Stole, we caught up with Luke Owen, Angie Rance, Gabriel Merryfield, Nick...

Interview: Digging Into The Unafraid Soul Of Arum Rae

I first felt the extraordinarily lit power of soul artist Arum Rae at the Surf Lodge Summer Concert series in Montauk N.Y. She was...

Interview: The Felice Brothers – Life Before, After And In The...

Although brother Simone parted ways with his band of brothers, Ian and James Felice still belong to the indie folkin’ subway-to-stage strumming band. I...

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...

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: 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....