three and a half folk songs

by Dan Tindall

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LightsAndLines This EP is incredible! I love the story and background to it and all of the tunes are fantastic. Favorite track: Down the Chute.
Drones 02:16


The world is already a mess that no-one seems to care to clean up. There is a bizarre reckless bravado at work in governments and business that seem to be determined to prove that untruth and coercion can outwit the fast approaching end of the human race.

So...I wrote some songs to remind me of the strange new lockdown times - not just the weirdness of the isolation but also the poor excuses for leaders that seem to tread a fine line between conspiracy and incompetence.

They were recorded at home using an old laptop, a Scarlett 2i2 interface, a variety of inexpensive mics, and 4 acoustic guitars in various tunings and state of repair. If you listen closely you can also hear some uke - and with less focused attention the odd burst of harmonica - as well as the odd ambient background sound to remind you and me that we are all real.


released May 18, 2020




Dan Tindall Belfast, UK

Dan Tindall is an acoustic folk guitarist and songwriter from the North of Ireland who has gigged and recorded both as a solo artist and with various bands, most notably the anti-folk combo 'Lo-Fi Fun Factory'. His music has been played on both local and national radio in the UK and Ireland. He is the founder of the netlabel ‘Prosity Records’. ... more

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