Fay Hield has edited and arranged a collection of 14 traditional songs that explore how we use the arts, and storytelling through song more specifically, to understand what it means to be human.

The album is released on 12 February and already receiving rave reviews including four stars in Mojo Magazine which describes Fay as "One of folk music's most pre-eminent modern voices".

Fay appeared on BBC Radio 3’s Folk Connections weekend (30th Jan) and will be on the Folk Show (BBC Radio 2) playing live on 10th February.

Tour dates include the University of Sheffield’s own Concert Series at Firth Hall alongside a launch in London.

WED 3 Feb: The Haymarket, Basingstoke
THU 4 Feb: Pavilion Arts Centre, Buxton
FRI 5 Feb: Caroline Social Club, Shipley
THU 11 Feb: Artrix Centre, Bromsgrove
FRI 12 Feb: RNCM, Manchester
SAT 13 Feb: Wiltshire Music Centre, Bradford-on-Avon
SUN 14 Feb: Tavistock Wharf, Tavistock
MON 15 Feb: St Pancras Old Church, London
THU 10 Mar: Mill Arts Centre, Banbury
TUE 15 Mar: Firth Hall, Sheffield
WED 16 Mar: The National Centre For Early Music, York
THU 17 Mar: The Witham, Barnard Castle
FRI 18 Mar: The Atkinson, Southport
SAT 19 Mar: The Convent, South Woodchester, Stroud

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