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Giant Folk

South London-based group Giant Folk subtly weaves folk-inspired lyrics and sensibility with the complex harmony and rhythmic devices of modern jazz.

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Giant folk

South London based Giant Folk’s new single ‘Fish Out of Water’ subtly weaves folk-inspired lyrics and sensibility with the complex harmony and rhythmic devices of modern jazz. The single features Trinity Label Conservatoire jazz alumni: Rowan Flack (Vocals), Sylvan Biscoe (Sax0, Jack Lecomber (Bass) and Tara Cunningham (Guitar).

Giant folk originated with Flack, Cunningham and Lecomber and now draws from a pool of well-respected musicians from the London and Bath scenes. This includes Sol Grimshaw (Guitar), Sylvan Biscoe (Sax) and George Garford (sax). Within the group there is notable worldwide experience working amongst the music scenes of China, South Korea, Hong Kong and Norway, all whilst being regular musicians on the South London Jazz circuit.

‘Fish Out of Water’ is the groups second release following the success of EP ‘River Run' (March 2021) and spotlights Sylvan Biscoe’s crystalline tone  and Flack’s elegant yet raw vocals, which evoke a sense of longing and nostalgia.

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