Did you know that almost no-one grows Welsh Black Oats anymore? Why are we so ready to turn our backs on our indigenous seed, which like folk singing, is such a vital part of our rural heritage? It seems like madness to me, especially in a time when the food supply is under such pressure. […]
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I’m delighted to say that Dilyn Afon has been included in Glenn Kimpton from Folk Radio’s Top 10 albums of 2020 alongside some other stellar acts. Read and listen to more here: https://www.folkradio.co.uk/2020/12/glenn-kimptons-top-ten-albums-2020/a
I chatted to Verity Sharp and Radio 4 recently about the folklore and place of the cuckoo in Welsh culture and it’s significance here in the Welsh landscape. You can hear me chatting about its many names and faces and also an acepella rendition of the song ‘Y Bardd A’r Gwcw’ around 3 mins in: […]
I’m chuffed to announce that Dilyn Afon has been shortlisted for Welsh Language Album of the Year at the 2020 Eisteddfod. I’m in some good company too! You can check me out chatting to Gareth Potter about the journey below (sorry no subtitles!)
Album Pre-Order Pre-orders are now open for Cynefin’s debut album ‘Dilyn Afon’ (Following A River) before the official release on January 27th. The CD comes with full colour 30 page booklet detailing the stories and history of the songs You can listen to the lead single herehttps://cynefinwales.bandcamp.com/track/y-fwyalchen-ddu-bigfelen-2 And pre-order by clicking on the album image […]