The Dandelion Few
Folk \ Roots \ Alternative
Drawing from a deep well of influence, the Dandelion Few amalgamate and weave for themselves a fine web of folk styles that tips a hat to many heroes of the vast genre. The Dundalk and Newfoundland two-piece share a love of ballads of old with a keenness for writing new gems and bring them to the light in a subtle wash of harmony that has often been compared to artists such the Civil Wars and Gillian Welch & Dave Rawlings.
"A good search is worth the effort, because the duo has presented a phenomenal album with 'Diggin' Toward the Sea 'with influences from various folk and Americana movements. It has become an album that will appeal to both British folk and American music enthusiasts and in the opening song The Dandelion Few is in top form in the sparsely played but beautifully sung 'Wabana, Mining Town."
Richard Wagenaar, The Next Gig,