Music from Ireland – Róisín O

Róisín O is an Irish folk pop singer from Dublin. Her music is really catchy, and reminds me to icelandic alternative, indie pop music. Listen to her nice “Tea Song”:

Also listen to her piece Synchronicity

Music from Australia – Vance Joy

Vance Joy is a folk pop musician from Australia, best known for his nice voice. Listen to his great summer song “Riptide”:

Music from the US – Peter Bradley Adams

Peter Bradley Adams is an american folk-pop singer from Alabama. He released five albums so far, and started his career in the band Eastmountainsouth. Listen to his great piece “Keep Us”:

Music from Ireland – Róisín O

Róisín O is an Irish folk pop singer from Dublin. Her music is really catchy, and reminds me to icelandic alternative, indie pop music. Watch her new music video of her song “Synchronicity”:

Music from the US – Olin & The Moon

This is one of the bands, I could never ever get enough! Olin & The Moon, an US-american folk-pop band. Here’s one of my favourite songs, “Another One Down”:

Music from the UK – King Charles

King Charles, born in 1988 is an alternative, surf pop, rock and indie musician from West London. He released a great debut album in May 2012, and he gets more and more popular with his great folk pop songs. Listen to his great song “Mississippi Isabel”:

Music from the US – Jim Croce

Jim Croce(1943-1973), was an US-american  folk and folk-pop singer-songwriter. Croce already died in the age of 30, in a plane crash. Here’s his #1 song “Time in a Bottle”:

Music from Portugal – Humanos

Humanos (Portuguese for Humans) is the name of a musical band from Portugal formed in 2004. The idea behind it was to bring to light some unreleased songs by a famous Portuguese artist, a singer-songwriter from the 1980s, António Variações,who died in 1984 .
David Fonseca, Manuela Azevedo (the lead singer of another Portuguese music group, Clã), Camané (one of the most famous Portuguese fadistas), Sérgio Nascimento (a member of Sérgio Godinho’s band), Hélder Gonçalves (also from Clã), Nuno Rafael and João Cardoso are the seven members of a group responsible for what became an unmatched success at that point in the Portuguese music scene.

The funny song “Maria Albertina”