Faeland at The Barrel House, Totnes
AboutUplifting acoustic-folk-pop with a touch of the mystical. Albums of the Year 2018: Folk Radio UK; Sam Bonham (BBC Introducing); Shire Folk Magazine. Faeland's original songs are beautiful, enchanting, uplifting, technically impressive and extremely accessible. The band have audiences singing along and being moved instantaneously, regardless of whether or not you have heard their music before; There is something in the words and melodies which goes deeper than the everyday, touching on the mystical and the unspoken. In Totnes the songs will be performed on acoustic guitars, accordion, banjo, charango, violins, lush vocals and Celtic harp.
Faeland are a folk-pop band from Stroud & Bristol, UK. In 2018 Faeland founders Rebecca & Jacob took a professional leap of faith and released their debut album 'All My Swim'. The album quickly gained support and acclaim from BBC 6Music, Uncut Magazine, Shire Folk Magazine, BBC Introducing and a host of others; acclaim of which is almost unheard of for a band's debut release. The first 2 singles earned radio play and praise from Tom Robinson, Gideon Coe (BBC 6 Music), BBC Introducing and BBC Scotland, among many others. Faeland's music is a beautiful selection of original, modern folk compositions influenced by music from both sides of the Atlantic. Their songs give the duo's personal spin on classic themes of humanity, such as love, healing, and magic.
Tickets £7 adv.* £10 OTD