All genres have to move on, and See For Miles (Bounder’s Motif) is the sound of folk music, often the most stubborn and resistant of musical bastions, doing just that. Why? Because Two Headed Horse makes music that builds bridges between the traditional folk world and its more modern and progressive adventures.

Authentic enough to keep the folk police happy, those bearded, Arran sweater-wearing, pipe-smoking, finger-in-the-ear chaps, often called Brian, who still talk to any who will listen of that moment they found a test pressing of Liege & Lief in a second-hand record shop in 1973. Forward-thinking enough to embrace the new folk audience. As musical transitions go, this is perfect. As songs go, it’s also pretty damned great!

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