COMING SOON: ‘Too Dark for Country EP’ – Anjana Vasan

Out october 06

Folkroom is very proud to announce our first new release in three years – Anjana Vasan’s ‘Too Dark for Country EP’. The record, a debut for singer-songwriter Anjana, is released digitally and on a limited edition CD on October 6th, ahead of an October 7th launch gig at The Slaughtered Lamb. It’s been a while since Folkroom has released a new record... Read More

Folkroom by Sea

The Village

After seven years of bringing the finest new folk music to London, Folkroom is proud to announce its expansion to the south coast! September 28th will mark the first edition of our new fortnightly event in Brighton, Folkroom by Sea. We’ve long wanted to bring the Folkroom sound and ethos to another city and, with Folkroom’s founders Ben and Stephen both having relocated... Read More

‘The Butcher’ at Home Farm Festival

BUTCHER HOME FARM

One of our proudest collaborations here at Folkroom is our stage at the annual charity Home Farm Festival! We’re especially excited to announce the full line-up for next month’s event, our fifth working with the festival. Between June 9th and 11th, twenty-one Folkroom acts will be heading down to Somerset to help raise money to send school equipment to disaster-stricken... Read More

THEN! That’s What We Called Music 44

Now 44 gig

April 21st sees the return of our ever popular Now compilation album covers gig series (yeah, this is a thing now). This time round we’re exploring the music of Now 44 – a record ripe with absolute pop classics from the final days of the last millennium. Look, this is the biggest selling Now album of all-time, so you know you’re in for a night of iconic music.... Read More

Your March Gigs at Folkroom

kirsty-merryn

We know what you’re thinking – is it spring yet? No. No it isn’t. It isn’t now, and it never will be. It’ll just continue to be winter until, one day in June, you’ll go out for a Sunday stroll and realise you needn’t have brought your coat. But you did, and now you’re all sweaty and gross walking the Hackney Marshes. It might not... Read More