Bringing together folk artists from across the UK and beyond, A Place to Dwell is a unique music collaboration coordinated by Diana Collier combining her passion for music and Southend YMCA through this unique folk album.
Find out more about the album and Pre-Order your copy here.
Diana Collier is a veteran of the local and music scene has been a part of The Owl Service, Greanvine, Rif Mountain record label, Leigh Folk Festival and Ship Full of Bombs radio sharing her love for all things folk and now, brings A Place to Dwell to life through the generosity of her friends in the virtual community of folk and experimental music.
Tracks include the work of Alex Rex, Cunning Folk, Circle/Temple, Alasdair Roberts, M.G Boulter, Crafting For Foes, Lost Harbours, Brazil Banks, Robert Sunday, Nancy Wallace, Nick Pynn, Kate Waterfield, Charlie Skelton, and Sharron Kraus with friends.
Many of their tracks are unreleased and have been donated for free with the hope that funds raised through record sales will make a lasting impact in the lives of the young people being supported through Southend YMCA's various projects.
FolkRadio.co.uk have recently reviewed and featured the album via their website which you can read here.
This album will be officially released on the 25th May, but you can see the majority of the artists involved live at a launch event in partnership with Leigh Folk Festival on the evening of Friday 22nd June 2018.
This will be held at Twenty One Cafe Unit 21, Pier Approach, Western Esplanade, SS1 2EH Southend-on-Sea for £7 on the door. Times and further details to be confirmed.
Find out more, stream and Pre-Order your copy of A Place to Dwell, here.
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