Hands of the Heron

Hands of the Heron

Hands of the Heron is a fledgling folk collective from Bristol who draw influence from diverse sources such as Fleet Foxes, Joni Mitchell, This Is The Kit and Gustav Holst. Their songcraft is inquisitive and intuitive, capturing moments of high emotion and distilling them into vivid, memorable melodies, weaving tales of love, loss and regeneration, with mandolin and harmony vocals at the core, accompanied by accordion, cello, double bass, tabla and flute.

 

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