Farm Hand

 Photo by Tom Raybould at The Printhaus, Cardiff

Photo by Tom Raybould at The Printhaus, Cardiff

Music with reverent, almost religious overtones
— Wire Magazine
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With its arcane oddness and warped, subterranean beats, the music of Farm Hand seems very much at ease alone in the dark
— Gold Flake Paint
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beautiful pieces of music, hymnal and sombre and hilarious, and you should really go and see him if you can.
— God Is In The TV
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Farm Hand offers something truly alternative sharing more similarities with an interactive art show than alternative music
— Quench
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“Over the course of his set, he stands on one table, takes a seat at another and shows off some line-dancing moves – all before prompting a discussion about the best way to cook couscous”
— Buzz
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International Dreams” is almost spiritual in its delivery, with drawn out melodies and deep choral harmonies rubbing against bucolic electronics
— M Magazine
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International Dreams feels like an important album
— 8/10 Louder Than War
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A vein of Welsh Psych gold mined from the Radnorshire hills.
— New Sound Wales
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International Dreams is an essential continuation of Wales’ tradition of rurally honed psychedelia
— From The Margins
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His droney-church-organ shifts and scrapes, together with deeply voiced singing by his silver-coated figure, made for an other-worldly experience
— CCQ Magazine
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 By Rhodri Brooks

By Rhodri Brooks

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