There is a fair argument to be made that folk music can only survive and stay relevant if it moves with the times. Others will tell you that certain rules and styles have to be adhered to, to keep it authentic. But what if you could make folk music that appealed to both camps? Well, that is what Ash & Eric have done and “Autumn Hymn” is a gorgeous slice of modern folk with an older soul, music which is of the here and now but will still tick a lot of boxes with the traditionalists and the ever-watchful folk police who have taken it upon themselves to decide what actually passes muster….

Read the full review at The Big Takeover

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