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Blue, featuring the ridiculously talented Lukas Drinkwater on bass and electric guitar, has an upbeat, almost country style to it. It’s a simple little tune to accompany one of the blue-est years most of us have had the misfortune to live through. The single was recorded during the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic in the hopes that a few might find solace in music during these trying times.
Trust The Doc/Neil March "“sends the butterflies into full flight.”
Big Ear Radio “Stunning, rich and mature.”
This is a song I've been trying to write for years and during the COVID-19 UK lockdown I finally managed it. Its about a completely rose-tinted memory of sitting in the Blackpool Tower ballroom watching a tea dance unfurl before my eyes. I hope people enjoy it as much as I did writing it!
I had an amazing time putting all of these clips together so a mahoooosive thank you to everyone who helped in making this come to life: Josh and Fe Burnell, Minnie Birch, Zoe Wren, Elizabeth & Jameson, Lady Hamilton's Concert Party, Emily Futcher, Edi Gosney, Alison Raymond, the Ahsams, the O'Haras, the McClennons and the Treacys!
Seven features 7 tracks, one for each of the major sea. With a mixture of traditional, accapella and self-penned songs it stands as an exciting collection of songs for our seas. The sea holds a permanent residence in my heart as my family hail from Merseyside and were supporters of the RNLI. As I began to wade my way through the reams of tradition material out there, I realised that the shanties and sea songs particularly resonated with me. These songs hold immense mystery but also are entirely relatable for so many. The record also raises
money to support the continued, excellent work of the RNLI, with half of the proceeds going towards the charity.
Folking.com "Like the call of the sea, Seven is irresistible."
Celtic Music Radio “A dazzling combination of voice and songwriting talent that rarely appears”
Northern Sky “It’s the beautiful “Memorial for a Glacier”, a gorgeously delivered self-penned song with Jack Frost at its heart.”
This was a project that I began recording for my cousins daughter when she was born as lovely way to spread some love and spread some music to some little ears. However during the 2020 COVID-19 outbreak I wondered whether there might be lots of parents and carers who suddenly found themselves at home with children but not the resources to help them learn and develop.
I decided to release these songs with a view to creating a second volume somewhere down the line. Some of these songs are ones that I listened to as a wee-un, some are traditional songs that have been sung as lullabies for hundreds of years and some are just great songs (even as an adult). I hope you can share them with the little people in your life.
Dusk was my debut album, featuring ten tracks tied to my favourite time of day: dusk. These tracks were some of the first that I performed professionally and so hold a special place in my heart. The record was released in June 2019 and has since had radio play and broadcast success across the UK and across the pond.
Fatea Magazine “Hardingham firmly nails her place as one of the rising stars of the folk scene. Dusk is a top drawer album of beautifully delivered folk… that packs a punch.”
BBC Radio Merseyside "Never off my turntable… one of the best tracks of 2019 (Harvester of Gold)”
Maverick Magazine “A voice you could listen to on loop. This album is full of songs that sing straight to the heart”
Long Story Short was my first ever recording, put out at the very beginning of my career. This EP was a small collections of songs that meant a lot to me, a lot of which still appear in sets to this day! This collection of self-penned and traditional songs tell the tale of my early performances.
Unicorn Folk Magazine “An accomplished guitar player…destined for great things.”
Kimpton Folk ""A rising star on the folk scene not to be missed.”
Royston Folk Club “A powerful voice to watch out for.”