Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Interview: Houndmouth

We recently caught up with Katie from Houndmouth, to discuss their new album, From The Hills Below The City, working with Rough Trade, and rescuing burning...

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: 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: Foy Vance

Recently, Thank Folk For That caught up with Foy Vance on returning to the UK, forthcoming releases and strange encounters... You’ve recently returned to the...

Review And Interview: Boy & Bear – The King’s Arms, Salford

Boy & Bear are a 5-piece indie-folk band hailing from Australia, bringing a fresh and inimitable style and blend of rich harmonies and deeply...

Interview: Sharon Van Etten

 TFFT recently had the great fortune of meeting Sharon Van Etten, following her sensational set at Latitude Festival. After fiddling with a bleeping fridge...

Interview: Marika Hackman

TFFT recently caught up with rising star Marika Hackman...a stunning singer-songwriter who we've been keeping an eye on and pronouncing her brilliance for some...

Feature: Becky Unthank – My 5 Biggest Influences

We’re back with our feature, ‘My 5 Biggest Influences’, where we talk to some of our favourite upcoming and established artists, delving...

Interview: Pete Roe

If you don't know of Pete Roe's own music, you've probably seen him at some point playing with Laura Marling's band or Mumford &...

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...