Good Day Noir Family,
I already reviewed Flaming June in the past but they are out now with a new album and I want to share my thoughts about it.
Flaming June are back with this beautiful album.
This music literally takes you to another era and makes you feel like a wanderer lost in the English countryside in the Middle Ages.
This ancestral music has its roots in the tradition and must be felt rather than listened to.
While listening to these beautiful melodies I imagined the people of a village in the country gathering around the fire drinking beer and dancing free by raising their hands to the sky.
This music is magical and manages to reach the listener’s heart and soul because it hides a peculiar charm.
Honestly, I have not found flaws in this album, all the songs are very interesting and the common thread is the melodic lines that recall traditional folk music.
A gem that I recommend to everyone.
Hope In A Jar is Flaming June’s Album Out Now!
Singer/songwriter Louise Eatock releases Hope in a Jar. It is her first self-produced album and includes the singles The Ballad of Daniel Dawson, Paralyse Me Where I Stand and In The Dark There’s Gold.
Flaming June’s indie-folk passionate and heartfelt music has gained radio play on BBC 6 Music and live shows supporting Big Country, The Men They Couldn’t Hang, Eliza Carthy and festival slots at Ely Folk Festival and Standon Calling.
Flaming June recently won an NMG Award for best acoustic/folk act in the East Anglia region run by Cambridge 105 FM Radio station.