News

Our CDs have arrived!

They’re available NOW from our online shop  and at our upcoming Glasgow launch gig. Thanks to Mike Guest, Craig Robertson and Four Twenty Seven for their magical photography and design skills.

The Bellany Suite on BBC Radio 3

We’re all away in different places at the moment, but were very pleased to discover (via the magic of Twitter) that our National Galleries of Scotland commission, The Bellany Suite – from Live Music Now Scotland‘s 30th anniversary Delphian Records compilation, Luminate – was played on BBC Radio 3 a few days ago. You can listen … Continue reading The Bellany Suite on BBC Radio 3

Bright Young Folk review

Thank you to Stephen Witkowski at Bright Young Folk for this first review of the album. We’re looking forward to bringing you news of a CD release very soon…

Glasgow launch gig poster

Here’s the poster for our Glasgow launch gig on 13th October at The Hug and Pint. Share away!

Wildings on Travelling Folk

A big thank you to Bruce MacGregor for playing ‘Handsome Cabin Boy’ on Travelling Folk, BBC Radio Scotland, last Sunday. You can listen again here! We’re on at 1:14:05. Do check out the rest of the show, too – lots of great music to discover.

iTunes

You can now find us on iTunes in the UK! If you live elsewhere, you can access the album by changing the ‘gb’ within the link to the relevant two-letter ISO code for the country of your choice.

Hug & Pint gig update

Delighted to announce that Jenn Butterworth and Laura-Beth Salter will be opening our 13th October album launch gig at The Hug and Pint, Glasgow. Behold their mighty talent here and tell your friends…

Live dates added

We’re looking forward to playing a couple of album launch gigs in the not too distant future. 1st October – Queen’s Hall Arts Centre, Hexham 13th October – The Hug and Pint, Glasgow See you out and about!  

It’s here!

We’re excited to announce that our debut album is OUT NOW and available to purchase here. Featuring very special guests James Lindsay (double bass), Phil Hague (percussion) and Marissa Waite (bodhran). We couldn’t have done it without the patience and hard work of Angus Lyon at Grans House, Duncan Lyall at Red Deer Studio, Derek O’Neill at Chem19 and Iain Hutchison … Continue reading It’s here!

Latest from Wildings HQ

Our website is undergoing a swish makeover, so expect some changes very soon, including brand new photos (by freckly creative wizard Mike Guest) and information on how to download our debut album. You can whet your appetite for said album (self-titled, in the manner of Beyonce) right here. It’s been a long time in the … Continue reading Latest from Wildings HQ