Ringlefinch sign with Folkroom, announce debut album

London seven-piece Ringlefinch have signed with Folkroom Records for the release of their debut album, Tall Tales. The record comes out on CD and digitally on June 25th 2021, and follows their earlier EPs ‘Mass Trespass’ and ‘Gory Stories’. You can hear a sneak peek of what to expect on Folk Radio UK today, as they share a teaser with their readers. It’s a joy to be working with Ringlefinch to release their... Read More

Out now: A Christmas Anthology for You!

Christmas is here at last, and Folkroom Records are sharing a very special treat with folk fans this year. ‘A Christmas Anthology For You’ is a seasonal collection of songs from Folkroom’s community of musicians, and is available now as a digital exclusive via Bandcamp. A Christmas Anthology For You celebrates the community around Folkroom, bringing together tracks by independent and unsigned artists who frequent our fortnightly gigs... Read More

In Which We Put On A Disney Gig, Because Why Not?

This February, for one night only, Folkroom’s Rotating Orchestra will be presenting an evening of Disney and Pixar songs at Old Street’s Trapeze Bar. Tickets are available now for what promises to be a magical night!Over the last 78 years the Disney studio has made its way into the hearts of every generation. Children watching Frozen today have parents who were raised on The Little Mermaid and grandparents who adored The Jungle Book!On February... Read More

Announcing: Anthology Three!

Folkroom is ecstatic to announce the release of our long-awaited compilation album, Anthology Three! The Anthology series has been a vital part of Folkroom’s output since we debuted as a label with ‘Anthology One’ way back in 2011. Our new record is out now on digital and, for the first time, available on CD from February 2nd. As ever, this Anthology record is a snapshot of the artists working in and around our little label. Folkroom... Read More

Christmas (Folkroom Please Come Home)

On December 14th Folkroom will be continuing its tradition of celebrating Christmas with our dear friends at Before the Gold Rush. This year, our annual festive gig will be taking place at The Amersham Arms in New Cross, where ten of our favourite acts will be taking to the stage! It’s time for another round of A Folky Christmas… We’ve confirmed the terrific We Used To Make Things as a dance-worthy headliner who will close a day... Read More