Folky MacFolk Face

Scottish & Irish Folk Band

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A traditional music four-piece performing their own carefully crafted songs.

On the Edge
The new album
from
Folky MacFolk Face
On the Edge is the 2nd studio album from Folky MacFolk Face. Featuring guest artists Adam Sutherland (fiddle), Trish Strain (cello), Paula Gómez (fiddle) and Xosé Liz (flute), On the Edge has 12 beautiful tracks for you to enjoy.
Listen for free on the link above before you buy.
Farewell to Darien
On the Edge (2019)
Òganaich Uir a Rinn M' Fhàgail
On the Edge (2019)
The Good Ship Albion
On the Edge (2019)
Eabhnat's Waltz
On the Edge (2019)
"Thoroughly enjoyable music. Upbeat. Uplifting. Very, very good! And what's wrong with music like that?" Danny Matheson, "It's All About Folk", Celtic Music Radio.
When Night Falls - The debut album.
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Tarskavaig
When Night Falls (2018)
The Iolaire
When Night Falls (2018)
Port Arthur
When Night Falls (2018)
Rescue Me
When Night Falls (2018)
"When Night Falls is a very enjoyable debut album, perfect for singing along with, and I imagine that Folky MacFolk Face are a wow at festivals." Dai Jeffries www.folking.com
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Comments about When Night Falls
A treasure of an album. I can't stop playing it.
Angela, Los Angeles, U.S.A
This album is an addictive set of first class songs - highly recommended!
Russell, Moffat.
Forget everything you thought you knew about Folk music - until you've heard FMFF, you know Folk all! Do yourself a favour and go listen!"
Katie, Falkirk, Scotland.
Fantastic album. Difficult to choose my favourite song as they are all good. A great traditional band to see live.
Pauline, Glasgow.
Folky MacFolk Face at Scottish Television

 

Click on the link below to watch the video of our performance on STV's Live at Five of Tarskavaig.

Folky MacFolk Face: Band Biography

Folky MacFolk Face is a Scottish and Irish traditional music four piece band. Its members are Dougie Torrance on guitar and vocals, Eabhnat Ní Laighin on fiddle and vocals, Jackie Mullen on mandolin, guitar and vocals and Nick Watson on accordion and vocals.

When Jackie hosted her first folk music night in her home in 2016, Folk@Dalmoak was born. Over the next few months, in amongst the many fine people who attended these folk and traditional music sessions, the four members of Folky MacFolk Face decided to take the next step and write their own material and get out there and play live. Folky MacFolk Face hasn't looked back since!

Starting with a spot on the Danny Kyle Stage at Celtic Connections 2017 (our first gig!), the band secured a "Highly Commended" rating from the judges. Since then, we've been playing live and writing and recording our own material. Festivals, pub gigs, private events, folk clubs and even two separate TV appearances have all featured so far for Folky MacFolk Face.

 

Our debut album When Night Falls was released across all major music sales websites on January the 20th 2018 and its follow up - On the Edge, includes collaborations with internationally renowned musicians Adam Sutherland and Xosé Liz amongst others and was featured as Celtic Music Radio's album of the week shortly after its release on the 1st of June 2019.

Thanks for all the support we've received so far! Please feel free to browse the rest of our website. Taing!

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Folky MacFolk Face at Celtic Connections

Our first performance as Folky MacFolk Face was at Glasgow's Royal Concert Hall on the Danny Kyle Stage at Celtic Connections 2017. We owe a great deal of thanks to the organisers and in particular Liz Clark at Celtic Music Radio.

 

Scottish Television featured our performances of Tarskavaig and Little Heart on their Live at Five Burns Day special the next day.

A year to the day since our debut, we played The Danny Kyle Stage for a second time. The audience and the experience were, again, brilliant. Thanks Auntie Liz!

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