'sad lady songs vol. 1'
New EP out now
'Hollinrake’s voice captivates, a Sandy Denny for a new century'
'absolutely haunting' Emma Barnett, BBC Radio 4 Woman's Hour
'both timeless and utterly contemporary' Songwriting Magazine
'a pastoral soundscape to immerse yourself in' Tom Robinson, BBC Radio 6 Music Introducing
'Sad Lady Songs is further evidence of Amy Hollinrake’s burgeoning craft and growing reputation on the contemporary folk circuit' Folk Radio
'Hollinrake’s voice captivates, a Sandy Denny for a new century' For Folk's Sake
Amy Hollinrake is a rising artist emerging from the South-East London folk scene. Her songs re-imagine the stories in folklore and mythology through a modern feminist lens, soundtracked by her hauntingly beautiful and earthy brand of contemporary alt-folk. Musical touchstones include Joanna Newsom, Sandy Denny, Adrienne Lenker, and the new era of feminist folk artists such as Paris Paloma.