The second track from the Refugee compilation album has surfaced.
‘Scarce of Fishing’ is the contributed track from Scottish singer/songwriter Alasdair Roberts. Premiered on Brooklyn Vegan, the folk artist has had previous support from the likes of Uncut, Pitchfork, BBC, The Observer, The Times, and much more, before joining the ‘Refugee’ project, spearheaded by fellow musician Robin Adams.
The project got it’s first exposure with the first track which dropped a few weeks back – ‘Most People’ is the contribution from Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy. Listen to the single, which premiered on Pitchfork.
Featuring Richard Dawson, Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy, Linda Thompson, Alasdair Roberts, Ricky Ross, BMX Bandits and many more, the Refugee album is a united effort from some of folk’s most esteemed and cult figures, who’ve contributed an original or unreleased song each to the Refugee project.
Refugee (out digitally on July 5th through Brainfog) is a highly significant collaborative recording project which reflects, through song, the issue of the refugee crisis in its many forms, from Syria and beyond. It’s been curated by Scottish folk artist Robin Adams, who called on his close friends and musical colleagues from around the world to contribute to the project.
Each track is an unreleased original song, with contributions from the likes of the above artists. All proceeds go to the MOAS organisation (Migrant Offshore Aid Station) who’ve saved more than 13,000 lives since 2013 in the Mediterranean Sea. Read more on them at www.moas.eu.
Listen to ‘Scarce Of Fishing’: