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.
Taken from his forthcoming album Canyons Of My Mind, out on April 7th from Loose, this is an epic and powerful song with an equally powerful video.
Single taken from their latest album “True Sadness” which given the state of the world at the moment you’d be advised to listen to with caution (or a large bottle of whiskey)
It’s the 30th anniversary of Boo Hewerdine forming The Bible, one of the great lost bands. This is one of their many great moments.
Perhaps better known as John Wesley Harding, this is a lovely gentle story from Wesley Stace’s last album. New one out next month.
Hugely impressive song and performance from new singer-songwriter Jade Jackson
A darkly funny video for this song taken from Wayne Hancock’s latest album Slingin Rhythm.
Taken from the album Mockingbird Lane, nominated for Americana Music Association Album of The Year.
Saskatoon singer-songwriter Jen Lane’s new single “My Man” twists a classic country heartbreak song to end with a sense of resolution, and we’re delighted to premiere it on AUK today. Her first lyric video (conceptualized, filmed and edited by Taylor Leedahl) embodies the idea of a calm space under water where the artist sorts what is haunting her (perhaps the thought of the next four years). We’ve got a vinyl and 2 CD copies of her new album “This Life of Mine” to giveaway too. Just email firstname.lastname@example.org over the weekend with your name and address and “Jen Lane” in the subject line. And in the meantime, here’s the new song!