Let's share some new beautiful folk music. We start with the wonderful Jamestown Revival from Austin, Texas
Jamestown Revival - Who hung the moon
The Mastersons released their new video for their song "So Impossible" already on January 25, 2020. The lush harmonies and great emotions of the track are another highlight in the duo's 10-year history.
The Mastersons - So Impossible
And next the debut single of "Sam Burton". Beautiful classical indie folk with the necessary brilliance in songwriting. The man could one day be as big as Tom Odell. Anyway, the tension is rising concerning his debut album which is supposed to be released in the middle of 2020. "I Can Go With You" was produced by Sam and Jarvis Taveniere (Purple Mountains, Woods) and is available now as 7" and Digital release.
Sam Burton - I can go with you
Harrison Storm was able to build up a considerable following with his unique style, which combines classical fingerpicking with sophisticated lyrics and his warm voice. The new song "Be Slow" convinces with brutal honesty and speaks of situations in which life overwhelms you with chaos.
Harrison Storm - Be Slow
At the end of our small folk selection the one man band Atlas Clouds convinces with the deeply melancholic single "How She Turned The Sky To Grey". As influences Atlas Clouds name Nick Cave, Depeche Mode and the Young Gods.
Atlas Clouds - How She Turned The Sky To Grey