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    Freedom Baby (Brianna Bordihn and Eric Reid) have put out their affecting new single "When We Go," and we're excited to be the first to share it with you. The self-described "ork pop" duo/couple from Toronto released their first single last year along with an effortlessly gorgeous cover of "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow." They […]

    The post Freedom Baby share bittersweet "When We Go" [Exclusive] appeared first on EARMILK.


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    When music is of the soul, of the earth, we can hear it from the first note. That's the case with Tors' latest single, "Wilder Days," an ode to the youth of frontmen and Devon-born brothers Matt and Theo Weedon. The track is a spiraling swell of harmonies, giving the effect of scaling grassy planes and […]

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    Two of Ireland's most exciting new folk musicians have teamed up for a joint release, a co-write almost a year in the making, and it's been well worth the wait.  After spending some time touring together last year, Maria Kelly and Ailbhe Reddy recycled some of their unfinished material to deliver "Threads, a track about the heartache of […]

    The post Maria Kelly and Ailbhe Reddy team up for stunning collaboration "Threads" appeared first on EARMILK.


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    Hello, world. Today, we at EARMILK would like to introduce you to an extraordinary rising talent from the city of London, Ellie Occleston. On her debut single, “Splinters,” Occleston makes it clear she is a star in the making with a voice that demands attention. Peep the track below. “Splinters” starts out calm, with nothing […]

    The post Witness the birth of a star with Ellie Occleston's "Splinters" appeared first on EARMILK.


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    Swedish singer/songwriter Anna Leone's latest single "If You Only", off forthcoming EP Wandered Away, is a lush folk tune which calls to mind several sonic influences.  Leone's debut single has already caught the attention of French Vogue and The FADER, and this second release promises to catch the attention of anyone who isn't already listening. Leone's sophomore single is […]

    The post Anna Leone announces debut EP, releases lush folk tune "If You Only" appeared first on EARMILK.


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    Nora Rothman is taking on the patriarchy. In 2017, Rothman released her debut self-titled EP after working on Hillary Clinton's campaign. In the political turmoil since, one could understand her need to do something, anything to rail against the current administration. With QRTR's remix of her tune "Lilies," Rothman announces a remix EP, featuring a lineup […]

    The post QRTR's remix of Nora Rothman's "Lilies" joins EP for Planned Parenthood [Premiere] appeared first on EARMILK.


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    I think it's true art is meant to be stumbled upon. Some months ago, needing something for my soul, I was stopped dead in my stumbling tracks by an extremely special artist. His name: David Keenan. The twenty-four year old Dundalk-native has released his sophomore EP Strip Me Bare, available now via Barrack Street Records.  For fans of […]

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    With an ethereal vocal and rich instrumentation, Sabiyha proves once again that she's one to watch on her latest single "Wolf." Exploring her lyrical prowess, Sabiyha takes metaphor to a new level on this latest track, writing the entire song from the perspective of a wolf. She explains the story is about "a young female wolf and […]

    The post Sabiyha delves into folklore with "Wolf" appeared first on EARMILK.


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    Combination earth angel/celestial witch/gypsy woman Florence Welch and her band Florence + The Machine are back with a brand new single and video "Sky Full of Song."   It's been a long time coming. But my god, this was worth the wait. The first track released since 2016, "Sky Full of Song" is stripped and bare, a clear […]

    The post Florence + The Machine return with "Sky Full of Song" [Music Video] appeared first on EARMILK.


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    Sabiyha is howling out her heartbreak. She's also howling out my heartbreak, and that of so many women before us. The clichéd "you never forget your first" takes on new meaning in "Still," as Sabiyha immortalises raw emotion with jaw-dropping vocals and sophisticated lyrics.  Making preliminary notes on the track, I scribble "new-wave Joni Mitchell" into […]

    The post Sabiyha's "Still" is a cathartic breath of fresh air [Premiere] appeared first on EARMILK.


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    In perhaps the most personal release from the Mayo singer/songwriter, Maria Kelly uses her latest from her two-track AA side as a vehicle for discussion of mental health and social anxiety. Sit back and listen to this gentle voice. Kelly's dulcet tones allow her words to take the spotlight on "Dark Places," as they rightly should. Speaking […]

    The post Maria Kelly takes you to "Dark Places" appeared first on EARMILK.


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    There’s no right way to start off the week. For some, an intense approach is the only way to go. Those people will brew the most potent coffee imaginable, and blast some high octane tunes to get their hearts pumping so they can push through the slog that is Monday morning. For others (this writer […]

    The post Start your week off right with Swan Levitt's gentle, yet powerful tune "Alive" appeared first on EARMILK.


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    Sitting in by backyard and soaking up the burgeoning summer sun, I am struck by how quickly the mood of Hayley Sabella's Forgive The Birds changes when the sun goes behind a cloud. On the title track as Sabella sings "I fill them with my love, I fill them with my sorrow," she sets up an album […]

    The post Album Review: Hayley Sabella — "Forgive The Birds" appeared first on EARMILK.


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    The bluegrass and traditional worlds are about to be gifted a devastatingly beautiful album. Out June 29th, Kittel & Co. will release their heavily anticipated Whorls, a stunning melting pot of classical and folk music, featuring some of the greatest musicians in the genre. Today, EARMILK premieres one of the tracks, titled "Waltz."  "Waltz" is filled with […]

    The post Kittel & Co. debut haunting new track "Waltz" [Premiere] appeared first on EARMILK.


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    Ever ask yourself, "What's the music scene like in Malta?" Well, the answer is, phenomenal. Enter: Red Electrick, an indie rock band comprised of  lead vocalist Joe Roscoe, guitarist Peter Borg, bassist Ivan Borg, keyboardist Aleandro Spiteri Monsigneur, and drummer Robert Spiteri. With Roscoe's soaring vocals and the band's intuitive writing, these guys have amassed a score […]

    The post Red Electrick soar on the evocative "Right Here" appeared first on EARMILK.


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    Saint Sister have taken their time with this one, and the wait has been well worth it. The Irish folk-pop duo are gearing up to release their debut album Shape of Silence, and have given us a sneak peak of what's to come by dropping their first single "Twin Peaks."   Gemma Doherty and Morgan MacIntyre of Saint Sister […]

    The post Saint Sister release ethereal teaser "Twin Peaks" for debut LP appeared first on EARMILK.


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     Singer-songwriter Grant Kennedy delivers his newest song simply titled "Amsterdam" to our attention. The folk-pop anthem pays homage to the city of Amsterdam where he fell in love with his wife. The guitar-driven record also pays homage to spaghetti western scores with its nostalgia-inducing whistling section as Grant sings "Paint our own reality, Not as it […]

    The post Grant Kennedy takes us on a journey of love through "Amsterdam" [Video] appeared first on EARMILK.


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    After almost three years of silence, Justin Nozuka has returned to the Americana/folk worlds with Run to Waters. Out now via Glassnote Records, the LP contains new material as well as songs from his previously released EP's High Tide and Low Tide.  Nozuka has been pulling influence from rock and R&B into his gentle folk stylings since before James Bay made it trendy, […]

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    Nashville singer-songwriter Ruston Kelly has dealt with hardships, plenty of lows, some dark times and battled his fair share of demons but throughout it all, he's laid witness to the good and beauty that's rewarded from battling through it all. In his latest single, "Jericho" Kelly preaches how to keep moving forward and staying strong when […]

    The post Ruston Kelly preaches perseverance in latest folk ballad "Jericho" [Video] appeared first on EARMILK.


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    Want to hear three words you’d never expect to see back-to-back-to-back? Disco, Experimental, and Folk. However, it’s 2018, and genre barriers are crumbling left and right, leaving a wide-open landscape for every artist to explore at their leisure. Case and point, Maryland raised experimental folk artist, Boy Willows. Born Landon Fleischman, Willows is the colorful […]

    The post Disco and indie-folk collide on Boy Willows' breezy new track "So Odd" appeared first on EARMILK.


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