"Here Comes the Sun" (Beatles Cover) - Frankie Gavin & De Dannan
As if you thought this song couldn’t get any more joyful.
The Staves - Mexico | A Nokia Lumia Live Session
(for crashing waves, corrupt captains, and crews that won’t go down without raising hell.)
1. o death - jen titus / 2. sail - awolnation / 3. eyes on fire - blue foundation / 4. uprising - muse / 5. beast - nico vega / 6. seven devils - florence & the machine / 7. bones - ms mr / 8. beat the devil’s tattoo - black rebel motorcycle club / 9. not an angel - city sleeps / 10. bad blood - bastille / 11. my songs know what you did in the dark (light em up) - fall out boy / 12. if I had a heart - fever ray / 13. radioactive (cover) - pentatonix and lindsey stirling
"Come Ye Weary" - Emily K. Thiessen
A song for Christmas; a song for the new year. Thank God we made it here.
Emily K. Thiessen - Somewhere Only We Know (Originally by Keane)
Just a pretty little reinvention I stumbled upon one day. With this song being nearly a decade old, I think it’s probably overdue. Enjoy!
The Staves - Mexico.
I can’t recommend these guys enough. This is one of the absolute most beautiful things I’ve ever experienced.
SOFAR ARTIST PROFILE: RACHEL SERMANNI
20-year-old Scottish singer-songwriter Rachel Sermanni consolidates her growing reputation as one of folk’s bright new things with her debut album ‘Under Mountains’, to be released October 17th on Middle of Nowhere Recordings.
Rachel launched her foray into the world of singer-songwriting when only 17, and has since played in excess of 400 shows across the UK, Europe and a handful of shows in the US and Asia.Nice things that people have said:‘Really really something special. She’s amazing. Listen to her voice. Quite astonishing’Guy Garvey, Elbow frontman and BBC 6Music presenter‘her voice is an instrument of incredible purity…folk noir gem…a voice and songs to go stellar’ The Sunday Times‘powerful and graceful’ The Independent‘her debut (release) is confident, enchanting and ballsy’ Q‘bewitchingly graceful, exquisitely articulated songs command spellbound silence’The Herald (Glasgow)