El Mundo Esta Como UNa Cabra - live in ghent - single release 02/02/20
Live in jamboree, 25.10.19
El Mundo Está Como Una Cabra - The World is like a [Crazy] Goat - the world is crazy and full of sadness, and terrible world leaders, but nevertheless we still like to party
Filmed on location in Italy, Bulgaria, Catalonia, Germany, Algeria, Gent, Vienna, Cochabamba, Castelo De Vide, Oxfordshire, London and North Wales. Edited by Kawoon Khamoosh and Liam S Rickard. Audio recorded in Italy by Antonio Curedda. Available to buy on www.CEGrecords.com/worldwide-welshman
"Chinese Song (ft. Muqi Li on Zheng)" a.k.a Wǒ xǐ huān nǐ de tóu fà 我喜欢你的头发 (I Like Your Hair) was released as a single on Chinese New Year 2019 on all platforms! Add it now to your Chinese Celtic fusion playlists!! Here is a live version from 19.2.18, audio & video recorded in Balabam, with additional clips from our gigs in Hooternanys Brixton and Biddle Bros.
The 2018 London lineup of the band, live in Balabam on 19.1.18, a great venue that was in Tottenham but is now gone
Worldwide Welshman & Beyond yn performio can gwerin Cymraeg, Ym Mhont-Y-Pridd Mae Nghariad, o casgliad John James, 1858
My first Christmas single, along with animated music video. Add it to your Christmas playlists
Live in ravensdale warehouse...
live in the community garden...
This video was filmed in the Grow Elephant Community Garden in spring 2017 and edited by Ray El Hajj
even more videos...
First gig of a new era of Worldwide Welshman, London lineup, formed in February 2017 for this charity gig, and then the lineup stuck.
I dedicate this song to refugees, and those who had not the means or the option to leave their situation. Performed here in my parent's garden in Wales in summer 2016.
In June 2016 I attended "Ethnoengland" a folk music summer camp in Oxford, England. It was a wonderful experience! Each participant brought a song or tune from their country to teach to the ensamble, and at the end of the week we performed our arrangements at Tandem Festival. Here's the one I taught them:
I grew up in Betws-Y-Coed. All things considered, it was a great upbringing in a beautiful place, and I was very lucky and had plenty of friends. But at the time, I didn't see it that way, as my parents would no doubt confirm if you were to meet them...