'Folk Fusion' is probably the closest you will get in trying to define the sound of Berkshire 5 piece All Things Considered.

Led by vocalist Emma Baldwin - whose haunting tones have been likened to Natalie Merchant, the band comprise driving fiddle player Gethin Webster, intricate acoustic guitarist Adrian Holden, soaring cello from Andrew Richardson and the groove based, almost tribal percussion of Phil Daniels. Their bold sound and wide musical influences make them both a distinctive, yet very accessible act - with their music reaching a diverse audience.

Having formed from the ashes of a number of acts in late 2007, the last few years have seen the band record and self promote two full studio albums, tour all over the country and have their music played on BBC Radio 2 and 6 Music, multiple regional folk and acoustic shows and radio shows and podcasts in the USA.

Steve Lamacq hailed them a 'talented young folk band', top folk music website Folking.com said they perform 'effortlessly beautiful songs with real feeling' and Folk and Roots wrote that their most recent album Dance Through The Storm is '[a] hauntingly beautiful album, steeped in the rich, glowing history of folk music ... a memorable and enthralling collection of songs'.


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The Big Untidy, Reading

For a band who are based very close to Reading, this will be our first time at the iconic Rising Sun Arts Centre.
Ticket details TBC

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10 Nov '17

The Rose & Crown, Sandhurst

First time playing at this pub which has a growing reputation as a live music venue in the area. We'll be doing an hour set with an act TBC playing before us. Free entry!

108 High St, Sandhurst GU47 8HA

18 Nov '17

The Enchanted Market, Bracknell

This will be our second time at this outstanding Pagan themed event. Expertly organised by our good friends Spriggan Mist, we're delighted to have been asked back. Set time and entrance fee TBC

Garth Hill College, Bull Ln, Bracknell RG42 2AD

10 Feb '18

Adrian & Phil's Music Club