“I love a bit of country, and that sounds fantastic to me” – Bethan Elfyn BBC Introducing
“Enjoyed that immensely, they’re a very smooth outfit, they’ve got a future” – Frank Hennessy BBC Radio Wales “I love the original sound they have created” – Brian Clough
“Little Folk are a band that you are quite simply going to love, love, love” – A Musical Priority
“Already picked up by BBC Introducing, these four-piece multi-instrumentalist’s have big things in their sights” – BUZZ Magazine
On October 1st 2017 Little Folk release their newest single ‘The Smoke’. An honest outlook on the struggles of modern day working class life. They are actively planning to reach out to a new and larger audience with this new release. Little Folk is comprised of Dewi Bowen (Vocals, Guitar, Bass Drum), Lucy Hannah Bowen (Vocals, Tambourine), Marc Bowen (Banjo), and Alun Bowen (Bass Guitar). The last two years have seen them gather a fantastic response to the release of their debut EP ‘Little Folk – Vol 1’ and the track ‘Music City’ which was accompanied by an award winning Music Video. On October 1st 2017 they are hoping to follow up this success with the release of their brand new single ‘The Smoke’.
This song was recorded and produced by the band and mastered at Hafod Mastering. To date they have received excellent feedback for their previous releases, with special mention to the quality of the lyrics and sound of the songs.
On the gig front, Little Folk are looking to spread their wings and are looking on securing gigs outside the Principality. Some notable gigs include playing at the famous The Water Rats venue in London where they supported the Irish band Rackhouse Pilfer, supporting Ryley Walker on his European tour and most recently opened for BCMA award winner The Southern Companion and Dexeter on their recent UK tour.
The last two years have seen them play many summer festivals with outstanding feedback from the promoters and audience alike. They have supported a number of touring bands from around the world and were asked to play the RHS Flower Show and the Extreme Sailing Series event. After playing the Chapter Arts Centre they were approached by the radio presenter Chris Corcoran to play on his BBC Radio Wales show as the house band.
Based on a very successful two years the bands mission is to continue writing original songs, performing to a wider audience up and down the country and releasing a brand new EP by the summer of 2017. If you would like to hear more from the band, or to get in touch, then please see the below social media sites:
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