Faeland Announce Upcoming UK Tour Dates

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Faeland, photographed by Rupert Russell

Faeland are a contemporary DIY folk band from Bristol, UK, with singer Rebecca Nelson and guitarist/multi-instrumentalist Jacob Morrison at its songwriting and musical core, they have recently released their debut album ‘All My Swim‘ which blends deep folk tradition with a modern approach to folk music. The album is performed acoustically on guitars, vocals, eclectic percussion (water gourds, thimbles, candlesticks & even an old CD rack!), cello, clarinet, double bass, violin, accordion & Celtic harp.

Key musical influences include classic artists such as Joni Mitchell, Fleetwood Mac, Nick Drake and Paul Simon, alongside more modern stars like First Aid Kit, Gillian Welch/David Rawlings, Bon Iver, R.E.M., Nick Mulvey and Hem.

“A really fabulous band making glorious folk music”
Sam Bonham, BBC South West

Faeland have just released a new video for “Silent Story” from their debut album, directed by videographer Adam Hale, watch it here:

Faeland 2018 live performances:

25 April, Benjamin Perry Scout Hut, BRISTOL

13 May, Spirit Fest, BRISTOL

22 May, Kingskerswell Parish Church, NEWTON ABBOT

25 May, Loves Cafe, WESTON-SUPER-MARE

9 June, Hawthorns, GLASTONBURY

16 June, Silk Mill Studios, FROME

29 June, The Royal Oak, BATH

7 July, Stroud Sacred Music Festival, STROUD

13 July, El Rincon, BRISTOL

19 July, Buddhafield Festival, TAUNTON

14 Sept, The Golden Lion, GUERNSEY

15 Sept, Sark Roots Festival, SARK

12 October, The George (of The Plough Arts Centre), DEVON

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Order ‘All My Swim‘ digitally or on CD here

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