From their forthcoming Heartworms album, this really is about the small Suffolk town where leader James Mercer spent time as a teenager when his father was stationed at the American airbase there.
From his new album, A Coat Worth Wearing, out in March, this is a quietly beautiful song from Sheffield’s Neil McSweeney.
Fabulous harmonies on this pedal-steel driven song from the Worry Dolls, taken from their new album, Go Get Gone, and released to coincide with their UK tour.
Something epic from Cumbrian singer-songwriter Laura James.
A powerful song from Sean Rowe, taken from his latest album New Lore which will be released in April.
The lovely new single from Alison Krauss’s first solo album for seventeen years, Windy City, schedule for release in March.
A nice slice of alt.country from London duo Two Ways Home.
Taken from her new album, Dream Country, out on February 10th, this is a lovely song about following your dreams.
From his album Restless, out now, a properly hooky bit of rock’n’roll from David Luning.
The Trembling Bells man with a typically thought-provoking and not a little disturbing song and video, from his solo album Vermillion, out on April 28th.