Roseanna Jones | Breathe Out

Roseanna Jones | Breathe Out

Review   Breathe Out performed and co-written by Roseanna Jones (of Worry Dolls fame), is a beautiful song. The perfect celebration for LGBGTQ+ people who have suffered the anxiety and freedom of coming out and encouragement for those who have yet to do so. With...

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Imelda May | 11 Past The Hour

Imelda May | 11 Past The Hour

Review Leading the new releases this week is Imelda May. 11 Past The Hour is hauntingly beautiful and I deliberately didn’t watch the accompanying video, as the lyrics immediately created my very own personal interpretation. Every song means different things to...

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Bailey Tomkinson| Silent Suffering (Radio Edit)

Bailey Tomkinson| Silent Suffering (Radio Edit)

Review Bailey Tomkinson’s Silent Suffering is a perfect slice of pop/rock country showing UK country artists are creating their own authentic sound. It feels odd reviewing a song that has already achieved Number 1 in the iTunes UK Country single chart and the...

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Abby Inez | Good Guy

Abby Inez | Good Guy

Review Abby Inez has a clarity of vocal that is absolutely beautiful. She is bang on every note, not under, not over, bang on. Since launching her singing career in 2014 (whilst holding down a day job to support her music), Abby started out in a country duo called...

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Motel Sundown | Before Midnight

Motel Sundown | Before Midnight

Review   Before Midnight is the latest single from Liverpool based trio Motel Sundown. Fast making a name for themselves, this is a beautiful and unique sound produced by Naomi Campbell and Karen Turley from County Tyrone and Robert Johnson from London.   All...

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The Nelson Brothers | Hallway #1

The Nelson Brothers | Hallway #1

Review  Hallway #1 by The Nelson Brothers (that’s siblings Simon and Steven from Stafford not twins Matthew and Gunnar from California), is an enigmatic track set in Amsterdam. The notes from The Nelson Brothers state that this song was written from an old notebook...

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Chloe Jones | Damsel

Chloe Jones | Damsel

Review  Chloe Jones’ single ‘Damsel’ is a step away from the folk/Americana genre that she declares as her norm, to take her down a much more traditional country sound. Chloe spent some time in 2019 as part of a three person team leading a music camp for teenagers in...

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Derek Ryan | Wherever You’re Going ?

Derek Ryan | Wherever You’re Going ?

Review If you need a song to raise the spirits and get you off the couch to Dosey Doe around the living room, then ‘Wherever You're Going?’ is the perfect antidote to these times of struggle. If you were to imagine a massive hoedown party in Ireland, then this song...

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Phil Hooley, Rob Vincent | Midasville

Phil Hooley, Rob Vincent | Midasville

Review  From the get go Midasville has a hint of the Leonard Cohen about it. It is melancholic and cynical telling the story of a forgotten town. In a world that has got so much smaller recently, confined to our own towns and homes and the feeling of isolation, the...

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Yola | The Highwomen |Hold On

Yola | The Highwomen |Hold On

Review When Yola sings it’s like a masterclass in pitch, phrasing and finesse. But add in Brandi Carlile, Natalie Hemby, Sheryl Crow and The Highwomen to the mix and if it doesn’t hit the number one slot, something is seriously wrong. As a track, Hold On has the best...

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This is our collection of UK Country Music New Releases. We select new country and Americana  song releases from artists, song writers and musicians from the UK and Ireland.

Including the lovely sub genres of  Alt Country, Country Pop, Country Rock, Country Swing, Country Soul, Bluegrass, Country Blues and Folk.

We listen to roughly 20-35 new releases a week from UK artists in the contemporary country & Americana genres. Out of those songs we choose 7 new release songs that have grabbed us and celebrate them here.

We have both Spotify and Youtube playlists of all recent country music released songs by UK artists please follow and like the link below.

TBCMF will continue to bring Country fans and artists together to celebrate the unique spirit and sense of unity that is at the heart of what our festival stands for.

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