Whoever said folk music was in trouble?
This great band have been described as a "teenage fairport convention" (strange when really, most people remember Fairport as teenagers).
I saw these guys play at Glastonbury last year and decided to check them out on myspace. From there I've bought both their album and E.P and I just wanted to recomend them all to you, since I've seen a few threads lately about folk music being in trouble and the youngsters not getting involved enough.
nb. Sorry, I reposted this as I think it got deleted last time, because I didn't include my name at the top; sorry about that guys!