THE RAMBLING MAN + IVAN MOULT+ JODIE LIBBY + MOLLY MORGAN + MARCUS MIDDLETON

The Rambling Man is back. The Rambling Man combines a good old dash of psychedelia, Eastern influences, a bit of folk, and mysterious lyrics.

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Watch a snippet of ‘Weight of the World’ below:


Blessed with a voice that could soothe a set of angry ringwraiths into tranquillity, Ivan Moult inhabits a curious, gentle space set between the 1970s folk/blues tradition and modern, confessional lyricism.

Ivan Moult is set to release his second LP, ‘Longest Shadow’, on 2nd March 2018. The follow-up to 2014’s ‘Second Guessing’ conjures similar stylistic touchstones, such as the 70s acoustic of John Martyn and Nick Drake, while covering darker confessional and emotionally honest subject matter, likening his latest output to that of Josh T. Pearson and Damien Rice.

Ivan Moult Links: Website | Facebook | Twitter

 

 

 

Watch the official music video for ‘Carried Over Water’ below:


Jodie Libby is a 20-year-old singer-songwriter from Birmingham, UK. She started singing at a young age and learned to play the guitar at the age of 11. Jodie started to write songs from the age of 14 and started performing shortly after.

“‘Think of Me’ came about a few months back, my brother had bought a piano and I started writing again. I started to play chords and sang out whatever came to mind. I later went back to it to develop into song form. Just two days later, I took the song to the studio to record. I worked with LIOSHA who produced the track and really emphasised the emotion of the song.”- Jodie Libby

Jodie Libby Links: Facebook | Twitter | Spotify

Watch ‘Think of Me’ official music video below:


Molly Morgan combines contemporary R&B with subtle drum and bass.

Molly Morgan Links: Facebook | SoundCloud

Watch Molly’s cover of ‘Walk on Water’ below:


Marcus Middleton is a singer-songwriter who performs a mixture of upbeat covers and original songs.

Marcus Middleton Links: Facebook | Instagram