The Feral Folk
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The Feral Folk

Seattle, Washington, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2015 | SELF

Seattle, Washington, United States | SELF
Established on Jan, 2015
Band Alternative Folk




"Abi Grace: Heroically Lost, Heroically Found"

In today’s over-saturated music climate, it is impossible to predict the success or failure of any given artist. It seems inescapable that they must have some characteristic that allows them to rise above their peers. In the case of Abi Grace,(the young woman who is responsible for this album), that characteristic is her charisma evident in both her emotive voice and casually confessional songwriting. - Folkways Magazine

"Falling in Love"

Listening to the passion in her voice and getting lost in the whimsical melody of her songs I found myself overcome with joy and sadness and love and tragedy.

I turned to my friends and told them that listening to this artist was like falling in love, everything bubbled up around you and for the entire set you felt as if she was singing for you, putting music and words to your past and your emotion...

Her songs are genuine, authentic, and enchanting. Urban Fantasy, Folk Singer/Songwriter, Playful Muse; these could all begin to describe Abi and her genre but until you hear her play you still won't understand. - Amazon Customer Review

"NIGHT MOVES: Ian McFeron, Just Dirt, Abi Grace"

Comparisons to Conor Oberst and Ani DiFranco are no doubt humbling for young Abi Grace, who’ll be at the Mandolin Café at 6 p.m. tonight, but she’s earned them – at least as much as any up and coming singer songwriter can earn such lofty praise at the age of 23 while still playing coffee shops in Tacoma. Step in out of the cold and be blown away by Grace’s captivating and chameleon-like voice. - Weekly Volcano Blog: Spew


Abi makes music that is fun, deep and emotional all at once. And Hollow is one of my favorite songs at the moment, and I can’t wait to see where she goes with her new project. We’re proud not just to be the first to share Hollow with you, but to also bring you a little closer to Abi in the form of this rad-ass interview -

"Mélange à Trois (June 3rd) : Victorial Canal, The Po’ Brothers, The Feral Folk"

How would you describe your music and sound?
I grew up with my feet in two different worlds. I love the poetry and
the emotional honesty of singer songwriters, but I’ve got a not-so-secret
inner goth girl who loves grunge and industrial music. I (Abi) played in
the solo scene for years before I could finally get a band together, and
when I did I knew I wanted the band to sound unique, not just a backing
band for my solo stuff. Our producer coined the term Goth-Folk; I call us
Alt-Folk. In reality we are a blend of the smart lyrics and vocally lead
melodies I love in folk music with all the raw emotional sex appeal I love
in alternative rock.

What was the inspiration behind the song ‘Sharp Teeth’?
Sharp Teeth originally came along because I wanted to write something
sexy. I had all of these references to wolves and the wilderness and wild
things in other songs and I thought Sharp Teeth would tie in nicely. Like
most songs,though, the more I’ve played it and re-written it the
inspiration and motivation has changed. What started out as just as just a
sexy song has really turned into the a celebration of creativity and it’s
ability to convert hard live experiances into something beautiful.

What are you working on now and where can people find you and your music?
Right now is a very exciting time in our band. We’ve got a full-length
album coming out sometime this summer, we’re working on a music video for
sharp teeth which will also hopefully come out this summer, and we’re
considering a fall tour around the American Pacific Northwest and perhaps
beyond, depending on our funding. For those interested in following us to
see where we go next, my Facebook music page is I also update our website, regularly, and am on Twitter as @theferalfolk. - The Edisons


Heroically Lost, Heroically Found
Going Feral E.P.
Imperfectly E.P.
Abi Grace Live at the Skylark

Sharp Teeth



Sweet aching vocals, decedant songwriting, and sometimes gentle sometimes fierce accoustic guitar backed with thrumming bass and mesmerizing rhythm. The Feral Folk are bottle of the good stuff floating in a sea of knock offs.

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