Lewis Barfoot

Lewis Barfoot

Wednesday, 15 May 2024, 7.30pm

Upstairs at The Roundy. Gorgeous vocals, gently uplifting summery songs and a splash of dacent folk.Lewis will be joined by Jordi Sanchez Campanario (Ukulele and Cajon), Jasper Coultis (Clarinet, backing vocals & percussion) and Orla Rutherford (Violin & backing vocals). After wooing audiences with their HOME tour in December tonight the band present an uplifting summery set of original and folk songs to bring a smile to your heart and a swagger to your step home.

Tickets €10/12.50 (Non refundable)
Doors 7.30pm
Music from 8pm (No support)

Lewis Barfoot is an Irish/English contemporary folk artist & singer-songwriter based in Cork. She writes mystic and majestic songs that stop you in your tracks. Working with an uncomplicated loveliness of sound, she blends ethereal, evocative vocals with original compositions and reinventions of traditional songs and displays a fearless and disarming honesty in her lyrics. She has been captivating audiences with her beautiful voice that “Melts the Hearts of Angels” according to Folk Radio UK and is frequently compared to the likes of Kate Rusby, Sandy Denny and Maíre Brennan.

Recent press coverage

'A Terrific Debut' - FATEA MAGAZINE



"Vocals to Melt The Hearts of Angels" - DAVID PRATT, FRUK

“What a beautiful, beautiful voice she has, just gorgeous!” - Eve Blair, BBC Radio Ulster

“Barfoot might just be one of the most important voices in contemporary Irish music” - FATEA

“She sings like an angel, she plays like an inspired Orpheus, and her lyrics are as uncompromising as reinforced concrete.” - AT THE BARRIER

'Barfoot’s voice, deft guitar-work and her perceptive songs blend magically to create an album to curl up with, and be thankful for" - JACKIE HAYDEN, HOT PRESS

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Published by Lewis Barfoot on 27 February 2024

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