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We have just achieved first national radio play for our artist Philip Murray Warson for his new track “The Trees They Grow So High” featuring Helen O’Hara of Dexys Midnight Runners fame.  Philip was featured on Mark Radcliffe’s BBC Radio 2 Folk Show last night (Wednesday, 29th June 2016).

Listen HERE (11 mins)


Helen O’Hara


Having gained considerable attention with an EP late last year, Philip Murray Warson has made two new tracks available online.

“The Trees They Grow So High” is his own, rousing arrangement of a traditional folk song. The recording features Helen O’Hara on the violin, familiar to many for her work with Dexys Midnight Runners – most famously on ‘Come on Eileen’ and the ‘Too-Rye-Aye’ album – and the current line-up of Dexys.

The track has immediately gained the attention of Mark Radcliffe of BBC RADIO 2, who featured the song on his Wednesday-night folk show.

‘The Falling of the Leaves’ is a setting of a poem by WB Yeats. While also drawing from folk-influences, it has more electric instrumentation, with leanings towards psychedelic rock, including a Hammond organ part from Sam Beer of Treetop Flyers.

Both tracks are available as free downloads, via SoundCloud and alongside his previous release on BandCamp.

Last year’s ‘Last of the Hunted’ EP featured almost instantaneously on BBC Introducing in his native Oxfordshire, as well some influential folk music blogs. It also came to the attention of legendary DJ Bob Harris, leading to an invite perform for the Under The Appletree Sessions, which have featured some of the leading emerging artists in folk, roots and country from both sides of the Atlantic.

With further material set to be made available this year, Philip Murray Warson has firmly established himself as an artist to watch for 2016.


Soundcloud – The Trees They Grow So High

Soundcloud – The Falling of the Leaves

Philip Murray Warson – Sampler


Get ‘Wild Mountain Thyme’ and the rest of the EP at :  http://www.philipmurraywarson.bandcamp.com/

‘Elements of Americana and country can be found fused into its folk fabric, affording it a diverse and industrious sound.’
Pure Magazine

‘A compelling sound’
          Just Can’t Get Enough Music

Whispering and Hollerin’

 ‘One of the most promising of the current roots movement’
The Music News Site

 ‘A pure, classy take on folk’
Real Music Network

 ‘We’re totally sold… wonderful stuff’
Will Gompertz, BBC Arts Editor






For more information, mp3s or interview requests, please contact Ellis on 07813 984517

  or ellis@limejamepr.co.uk