Johnny Flynn, Jay Jay Pistolet, Jeremy Warmsley feature on the album
The Communion club night set up by Mumford and Sons‘ keyboardist Ben Lovett and Cherbourg bassist Kevin Joneswill release its first compilation album this March.
Featuring tracks from the likes of Mumford and Sons‘ Marcus Mumford, Johnny Flynn, Peggy Sue, and Jay Jay Pistolet, ‘Communion: The Compilation’ is released on March 1. The release is available on double gatefold vinyl and download.
See Communionmusic.co.uk for more information.
“We always wanted to document what was happening on the London folk scene and champion newer artists alongside more established ones,” explained Jones of the night and the spin-off album. “What’s fascinating is you can hear the influence of artists such as Laura Marling, Noah And The Whale and Mumford and Sons filtering down into the newer artists and also cross referencing each other along the way.
“There really is a new music movement happening in London and further afield, and having seen so many of these acts play Communion over the years it’s an honour to be responsible for putting some of the pieces of the puzzle together.”
The tracklisting for ‘Communion: The Compilation’ is:
Johnny Flynn – ‘In The Honour Of Industry’
Jay Jay Pistolet – ‘Vintage Red’
Marcus Foster – ‘Circle In A Square’
William Stokes Feat. Marcus Mumford – ‘Zion’
Pete Roe – ‘Bellina’
Broadcast 2000 – ‘That Sinking Feeling’
Benjamin Francis Leftwich – ‘More Than Letters
Jeremy Warmsley – ‘How We Became
Brendan Campbell – ‘Maudlin Reverie’
Alessi’s Ark – ‘Hands In The Sink
Mumford And Sons – ‘Sister’
Matthew And The Atlas – ‘Deadwood’
Alan Pownall – ‘Take Me’
Elena Tonra – ‘Peter’
Beans On Toast – ‘Things To Do Before You’re Thirty’
Kurran And The Wolfnotes – ‘Pounding’
Peggy Sue – ‘February Snow’
Andrew Davie – ‘Lie Down In The Blood’
Rachel Sermanni – ‘My Friend Fire’
Jesse Quin And The Mets – ‘The Sculptor And The Stone’
Matt Corby – ‘Light Home’
Communion puts on nights at venues including London‘s Notting Hill Arts Club and Leeds Adelphi.