Saturday, May 25, 2019

Live Review: The Augustines – The Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth

Life hasn’t always been perfect with The Augustines, with tragedy being the epitome of what they forcambe to for many years. But you wouldn’t...

Interview: Lucy Rose

Last week, TFFT were very fortunate to attend the wonderful Latitude Festival in all its glory - with an incredible lineup, a beautiful setting...

Live Review: The Wood Brothers – Webster Hall, NYC

This was not my first time seeing The Wood Brothers but I think it may have been my first time seeing them in an...

Review: Matt Norris And The Moon – This Kingdom

The Edinburgh five-piece Matt Norris and the Moon have been quickly making a name for themselves in the Scottish folk-scene with their traditional, instrumental...

Review: Josephine – Portrait

This may sound a little contradictory, but the most enjoyable aspect of Josephine's wonderful debut album Portrait, is that it isn't folk. Or should we say,...

Album Review : Amelia Curran – They Promised You Mercy

Amelia Curran has just completed a successful tour of the UK, to chime with the album release of They Promised You Mercy on Blue...

Album Review: Little May – For The Company

The very first band to take the stage this past summer at the Seaside Heights Gentlemen Of The Road Stopover was an Australian indie folk-pop...

Live Review: Stornoway – The Farewell Tour, Manchester

Saying goodbye is never particularly easy, and when it's to a band that have been creating a soundtrack to parts of your life for...

Review: Marissa Nadler – July

  July is Marissa Nadler’s sixth release since her debut Ballads Of Living and Dying (2004). It follows on from The Sister (2012) and is...

Review: Joshua James – From The Top Of Willamette Mountain

  Joshua James’s latest offering conjures up images of rural landscapes and misty American valleys, which seems apt considering he has spent the past couple...