Folk, opening onto the Wyrde.
A reflection on hope, pain, and the inevitable cycles of life.
Run Remedy on womanhood, growing up queer in a traditional Christian household, and the absurdity of British people singing in American accents.
Romanticising the past, or creating something timeless?
An intensely personal concept album fraught with both grief and love.
Melancholic folk from one of our favourites.
Tripped out Tennesee country-fried black metal.
Minimal and fragile songwriter-folk.
The London folk horror metallers on celebrating a folkloric pre-Christian, pre-imperial England.
American folk with heft.