In need of stocking fillers that'll brighten the days of your fave folk musicians? Here's what we recommend for Christmas Bandcamp Friday.
The Sorrow Songs: Folk Songs of Black British Experience may be the most anticipated folk album of the year. For obvious reasons, it is well overdue. But is it worth the wait?
The Brown Girl and Other Folk Songs by Angeline Morrison is an incredibly intimate performance that highlights the singer's considerable vocal chops.
Bryony Griffith and Alice Jones deliver A Year Too Late and a Month Too Soon, later than expected but the sooner the better, and it's a wonderful album to boot.
'I Am a Youth That's Inclined to Ramble' is a tantalisingly brief meetup between two musicians who, we hope, will do more together.