Tag Archives: Martha Ffion

Honeyblood, Martha Ffion, The Van T’s at The Art School, 18/9/15

For anyone unaware, Honeyblood is a pop-duo who are riding high on a fuzzy wave; they have an excellently melodic debut album behind them (just now gearing up for number two) and last week took to Murrayfield to warm the stadium up for Foo Fighters. Martha Ffion and The Van T’s have been invited to The … Continue Reading ››

Wickerman (Friday), 24/7/15

We were told that Wickerman Festival 2015 was the year of the Phoenix, a year of transition and change. On arrival that change doesn’t seem apparent - the festival layout is pretty much the same as it has been in years before (aside from the installation of the new ‘Phoenix’ tent). The bars, festivities and traders are … Continue Reading ››

Colleen Green, Martha Ffion at The Glad Cafe, 27/7/15

This is my first encounter with Martha Ffion, and their second gig as a five-piece. They play in a 60s surf rock style that instantly calls to mind Best Coast and all those indebted to the Beach Boys. Ffion tells us of their eventful playing at Wickerman, where The Sugarhill Gang unexpectantly had to cancel, which meant … Continue Reading ››

Martha Ffion – ‘No Applause’ [Lost Map]

Martha Ffion’s new track ‘No Applause’ could be the next addition to your summer playlist. The 60’s pop infused song has that ethereal girl band vibe that makes you want to grow your hair out long and smile at cuties. The song features dreamy surf-grunge guitars you can’t help but sway your hips to alongside punchy drumming … Continue Reading ››

Jessica Pratt, Martha Ffion at Mono, 6/4/15

Hushed tones fill the candle lit venue, seats organised in rows filled up as people eagerly await the arrival of San Fran singer-songwriter Jessica Pratt; it’s the kind of atmosphere that works so well in Mono’s open charming spaces– the only thing missing really is the sunshine we had earlier, still with that we wouldn’t … Continue Reading ››