Karine Polwart
Karine Polwart

Karine Polwart

GBRPop, Indie Pop
52,172 monthly listeners
  • 25.3K followers
  • 2.6K subscribers
  • 778 followers
  • 1.6K fans

Karine Polwart's Top Spotify Songs

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Artist Name
The Lost Words Blessing
11.6K streams
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Artist Name
Heartwood
4.9K streams
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Artist Name
Follow The Heron
3.7K streams
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Artist Name
Rivers Run
2.9K streams
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Artist Name
Daisy
2.3K streams
11.6K
Streams last week

The Lost Words Blessing

Spell Songs, Julie Fowlis, Karine Polwart, Seckou Keita, Kris Drever, Rachel Newton, Beth Porter, Jim Molyneux
4.9K
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Heartwood

Spell Songs, Karine Polwart, Seckou Keita
3.7K
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2.9K
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2.3K
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1.9K
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1.7K
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1.6K
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1.4K
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Karine Polwart's YouTube Videos

118.2K
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Follow the Heron by Karine Polwart

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Follow the Heron by Karine Polwart
Youtube
118.2K views
Jun 11, 2013
102.3K
Views

Karine Polwart : Hole In The Heart

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Karine Polwart : Hole In The Heart
Youtube
102.3K views
Jul 04, 2010
75.1K
Views
Karine Polwart - The Whole of the Moon (Official Video)
Youtube
75.1K views
Apr 04, 2019

Events66 Events

May
26
Karine Polwart at Byre Theatre
United Kingdom
GBR
, St Andrews0 - 500 Hall
Jun
19
Karine Polwart at The Stoller Hall
United Kingdom
GBR
, Manchester500 - 1200 Hall
Jun
20
Karine Polwart at The Fire Station
United Kingdom
GBR
, Sunderland0 - 500 Hall
Jun
22
Karine Polwart at Brewery Arts Centre
United Kingdom
GBR
, Kendal0 - 500 Other
Nov
03
Karine Polwart at Kings Place London
United Kingdom
GBR
, London0 - 500 Hall
May
24
Karine Polwart at The Birdwell Venue
United Kingdom
GBR
, Barnsley0 - 500 Club
Past
May
23
Karine Polwart at Newhampton Arts Centre
United Kingdom
GBR
, Wolverhampton0 - 500 Hall
Past
May
22
Karine Polwart at Foxlowe Arts Centre
United Kingdom
GBR
, Leek0 - 500 Hall
Past
Mar
08
Georgia Cécile at Perth Theatre and Concert Hall
United Kingdom
GBR
, Perth1200 - 2500 Hall
Past
Jan-Feb
18-04
Celtic Connections
United Kingdom
GBR
, GlasgowN/A N/A
Past

Karine Polwart's Upcoming Events6 Events

  • Karine Polwart at Byre Theatre

    Karine Polwart
    Byre Theatre
    GBR, St Andrews
    Hall0 - 500
  • Karine Polwart at The Stoller Hall

    Karine Polwart, Dave Milligan
    The Stoller Hall
    GBR, Manchester
    Hall500 - 1.2K
  • Karine Polwart at The Fire Station

    Karine Polwart
    The Fire Station
    GBR, Sunderland
    Hall0 - 500
  • Karine Polwart at Brewery Arts Centre

    Karine Polwart, Dave Milligan
    Brewery Arts Centre
    GBR, Kendal
    Other0 - 500
  • Karine Polwart at Kings Place London

    Karine Polwart
    Kings Place London
    GBR, London
    Hall0 - 500

Karine Polwart's Past Events60 Events

  • Karine Polwart at The Birdwell Venue

    Karine Polwart
    The Birdwell Venue
    GBR, Barnsley
    Club0 - 500
  • Karine Polwart at Newhampton Arts Centre

    Karine Polwart
    Newhampton Arts Centre
    GBR, Wolverhampton
    Hall0 - 500
  • Karine Polwart at Foxlowe Arts Centre

    Karine Polwart
    Foxlowe Arts Centre
    GBR, Leek
    Hall0 - 500
  • Georgia Cécile at Perth Theatre and Concert Hall

    Karine Polwart, Hamish Hawk, Blue Rose Code, Justin Currie, Emma Pollock, Georgia Cécile
    Perth Theatre and Concert Hall
    GBR, Perth
    Hall1.2K - 2.5K
  • Celtic Connections festival

    Bruce Hornsby, Angelique Kidjo, Fatoumata Diawara, Allison Russell, Tommy Emmanuel, Billy Bragg, Margo Price, Sarah Jarosz, Molly Tuttle, Blanco White, DakhaBrakha, Julie Fowlis, The Wood Brothers, Aoife O'Donovan, Sierra Hull, The Milk Carton Kids, Nati Dreddd, Jerry Douglas, Chris Thile, John Craigie, This Is The Kit, Béla Fleck, Carlene Carter, Lankum, Drew Holcomb, BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Darlingside, Skerryvore, Lambchop, Talisk, Dougie MacLean, Skipinnish, Israel Nash, Kate Rusby, Brothertiger, Katherine Priddy, Lindsay Lou, King Creosote, Gnoss, Jembaa Groove, Kelsey Waldon, Daoiri Farrell, Edgar Meyer, Alan Stivell, Siobhan Miller, Jesca Hoop, Norman Blake, Alison Brown, Ashley Campbell, Eddi Reader, Joshua Burnside, Seth Lakeman, KAIA KATER, Sam Amidon, Carlos Núñez, Good Lovelies, Teddy Thompson, Jeffrey Martin, Calum Stewart, Michael Cleveland, Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Pete Josef, Les Amazones d'Afrique, Rachel Sermanni, Karine Polwart, Bryan Sutton, Valtos, Michael McGoldrick, Breabach, Scott Matthews, Duncan Chisholm, Outliers, Hannah Peel, Rura, Buffalo Nichols, Steve Mason, Paul Buchanan, Thea Gilmore, Bernard Butler, John Francis Flynn, Dustbowl Revival, The Breath, Project Smok, Hamish Hawk, Becky Sikasa, Sam Brookes, Cherish The Ladies, Niwel Tsumbu, Kim Carnie, Blazin' Fiddles, The Olllam, Ross Wilson, Ross Ainslie, Scottish Ensemble, Kathryn Tickell, Michael & Michelle, The Henry Girls, The Outside Track, Andrew Wasylyk, Kathryn Joseph, Adwaith, Brighde Chaimbeul, Justin Currie, Daimh, Éamon Doorley, Väsen, John Doyle, Gary Innes, Archie Fisher, Niall McCabe, Ailie Robertson, Josienne Clarke, Natalie Haas, Carel Kraayenhof, Dirk Powell, Junior Brother, Roddy Woomble, The Laurettes, Goitse, Ron Block, Genticorum, Rumba de Bodas, FARA, Rosie H Sullivan, Mec Lir, John McCusker, Clive Carroll, Chris Difford, Lily Lyons, Phil Cunningham, Ali Levack, Elaine Howley, Aly Bain, Nancy Kerr, An Dannsa Dub, Kinnaris Quintet, Tim Edey, Dallahan, Boo Hewerdine, The Langan Band, Hannah Rarity, Emma Pollock, Hamish Napier, Tragedy Ann, Robin Adams, Anna Massie, Findlay Napier, Damien O'Kane, Niall McNamee, Nuala Kennedy, The Black Feathers, Colonel Mustard & The Dijon 5, Sarah Jane Scouten, Iona Lane, The Willows, Session A9, Frankie Archer, Joy Dunlop, Maxwell Quartet, Maeve Gilchrist, Steph Geremia, Jamie MacDonald, Tom Bright, The Nordic Fiddler's Bloc, Adam Sutherland, Gordie Tentrees, HEISK, Zervas & Pepper, Josie Duncan, RANT, Eyes Of Others, brownbear, Ceitidh Mac, Ali Hutton, Catriona McKay, Carola Ortiz, Lomond Campbell, Grainne Holland, Mark Schatz, Robbie Cavanagh, Rachel Hair, The Friel Sisters, Mairéad Ní Mhaonaigh, Tom Wright, Beòlach, Su-a Lee, Sarabeth Tucek, Stundom, Amy Papiransky, Allison de Groot & Tatiana Hargreaves, Gillebrìde Macmillan, Midnight Ambulance, Alice Allen, Basset, Mairearad Green, Gatehouse, Nick Harper, Low Lily, Amy Laurenson, Beth Malcolm, Annie Ebrel, Siiga, Ruth Lyon, Alasdair Fraser & Natalie Haas, MF Tomlinson, Jenna Reid, NoGood Boyo, BAHOOKIE, VanIves, Andrew Broder, Cathy Jordan, Lavinia BlackwAll, Patsy Reid, Daniel Kimbro, Donald Shaw, The Magpie Arc, The John Martyn Project, Niall Vallely, Willie Campbell, Erlend Viken Trio, Ruth Keggin, Martin Green, Chloe Matharu, Tracyanne Campbell, Stereo Naked, Ewen Henderson, Elizabeth Davidson-Blythe, Megan Henderson, Fraser Fifield, Ciaran Ryan, Ronan Le Bars Group, Pedair, Tara Breen, Gilles Le Bigot, Liz Knowles, Juliette Lemoine, Gavin Marwick, The Wynntown Marshals, Fiona Hunter, Mischa Macpherson, Campbell/Jensen, Maggie MacInnes, Jean-Michel Veillon, Julie Alapnes, Rory Matheson, Harley Kimbro Lewis, Ingrid Henderson, Dónal O'Connor, Linda Buckley, Westward the Light, Tom Oakes, Rain Of Animals, lauren collier, TRIP, The Countess Of Fife, Dave Milligan, Alain Genty, Sean Gray, Chris Amer, Colin Steele, Iain MacFarlane, Katie Macfarlane, Nicole Cassandra Smit, Rose Room, Lucie Hendry, Blue Giant Orkestar, Martin Tourish, Kristan Harvey, Tarran, Sarah Hayes, Mairi McGillivray, Blythe Pepino, WILD CHILD, Liza Mulholland, Jaxon Haldane, Angrusori, Dopey Monkey, Acolyte, Ella Munro, Mark Radcliffe, Kaela Rowan, Duncan Lyall, Raymond MacDonald, Alexander Aga Røynstrand
    GBR, Glasgow
    Medium

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More about Karine Polwart

Overview of Indie Pop musician Karine Polwart

The lyrical lyrics and distinctive voice of British pop and indie pop musician Karine Polwart have captured the attention of listeners all over the world. Over the course of her career, which has lasted more than two decades, Polwart has established a reputation for her ability to combine traditional folk music with modern pop stylings to produce a sound that is all her own.

Scotland-born Polwart's music is greatly impacted by her childhood in a little village amidst the stunning Scottish countryside. She frequently explores themes of nature, love, and loss in her music, and her strong vocals and moving lyrics have established her as one of the most gifted and genuine voices in the British music scene.

Karine Polwart continues to push the limits of the pop and indie pop genres, making music that is both timeless and modern. She has a long list of critically praised albums and a devoted fan base. Polwart's work is proof of the ability of music to unite us all, whether she performs live or in the studio. Her distinctive voice and vision continue to inspire audiences all over the world.

What are the most popular songs for Indie Pop musician Karine Polwart?

Popular British Pop and Indie Pop performer Karine Polwart is from the UK. She is well known for the songs "The Lost Words Blessing," "Follow The Heron," "Rivers Run," "Heartwood," and "Daisy." These songs all highlight Polwart's bewitchingly lovely vocals and insightful words. Particularly "The Lost Words Blessing" has received widespread acclaim for its moving message regarding the value of nature and the environment.

The following Karine Polwart songs are also well-known: "The Whole of the Moon," "Ophelia," "Dignity - Radio Edit," "The Snow Hare," and "Thou Hast Left Me Ever Jamie." Each of these songs demonstrates Polwart's musical diversity and her capacity to write gorgeous, moving music in a variety of moods and genres.

Karine Polwart is an accomplished and well-respected artist who has built a devoted fan base because to her distinctive sound and profound lyrics. There is no doubting the attractiveness of Polwart's music and the influence it has had on listeners all around the world, regardless of whether you enjoy Pop or Indie Pop music.

What are the latest songs and music albums for Indie Pop musician Karine Polwart?

The Scottish singer-songwriter Karine Polwart published "Still as Your Sleeping" as her most recent album in 2021. The album's ten songs highlight Polwart's distinctive fusion of folk and indie music. Two standout songs include "The Only One," a melancholy ballad about loss and longing, and "Whole of the Moon," a version of The Waterboys' classic.

The 2023 single "Northern Sky" by Polwart is a cover of the same-titled song by Nick Drake. The song's dreamy ambience, which precisely captures the feeling of the original, is created by Polwart's ethereal vocals and delicate guitar playing.

Polwart released "Go Easy" in 2022, a song that displays her storytelling skills. Polwart's singing and guitar playing enhance the emotional impact of the lyrics, which describe a woman's quest to find her place in the world. Other recent tracks by Polwart that highlight his range as a musician are "Craigie Hill" and "Heaven's Hound," both of which were released in 2021.

Overall, with every new album, Karine Polwart's music impresses and develops. She is one of the most intriguing musicians in the UK thanks to her distinctive fusion of folk and indie pop and her strong narrative skills. There is something in Polwart's most recent album and singles for everyone, whether you've been a fan for a long time or are just discovering her music.

Which are the most important music performances and festival appearances for Indie Pop musician Karine Polwart?

The Scottish Pop and Indie Pop performer Karine Polwart has made a big effect on the music business. She has performed at numerous festivals and locations all around the world, enchanting audiences with her compelling voice and distinctive flair. The Edinburgh International Festival, Beautiful Days, Cambridge Folk Festival, Celtic Connections, and The Sidmouth Folk Festival are a few of her most prominent festival appearances. She has also given performances at prestigious locations like Cambridge Junction, Sage Gateshead, Komedia Brighton, Town Hall Birmingham, and Carnegie Hall in New York.

Karine Polwart dazzled the crowd with a beautiful performance at the Edinburgh International Festival. She seamlessly transitioned from one song to the next, showcasing her ability to combine traditional folk music with modern pop elements. She also gave a performance at the Cambridge Folk Festival, where the audience was captivated by her stunning voice and moving lyrics. One of the festival's high points was her performance, in which she displayed both her extraordinary talent and variety.

Karine Polwart has also given remarkable performances, such as her participation at Beautiful Days, when she played an exhilarating set that got the audience singing and dancing. She demonstrated her outstanding songwriting abilities while performing some of her most well-known songs at the Celtic Connections festival. She thrilled the crowd with her distinctive fusion of folk and pop music during her performance at The Sidmouth Folk Festival, which was equally stunning.

Karine Polwart has generally had an impressive career in music, and her festival appearances and concerts at prestigious venues have only served to further her reputation as one of the most gifted artists of her time. She continues to inspire and enthrall listeners all over the world with her music, and she has no intention of slowing down anytime soon.

Which are the most important collaborations with other musicians for Indie Pop musician Karine Polwart?

The British Indie Pop performer Karine Polwart has collaborated with a number of other musicians. 'Spell Songs', a project she worked on alongside artists including Seckou Keita and Julie Fowlis, is among her significant partnerships. The CD includes a selection of songs that were motivated by wildlife, natural settings, and sceneries. The Lost Words Blessing, one of the album's lovely songs, contains the hypnotic voices of Julie Fowlis and Seckou Keita as well as Polwart's musical talents. The music wonderfully matches the song's lyrics, which convey a sense of calm and tranquillity.

'Heartwood,' a song from 'Spell Songs' that combines the soulful kora playing of Seckou Keita with the voice of Polwart, is another standout collaboration. The song is an ode to forests and trees, and the music perfectly conveys the meaning of the lyrics. Other lovely songs on the album include "The Snow Hare," "Conker (Magic Casket," and "Thrift (Dig In, Dig In"). Each song showcases a distinctive fusion of Polwart's songwriting, voice, and the musical abilities of the partnering artist.

The overall theme of Karine Polwart's 'Spell Songs' collaborations with Julie Fowlis, Seckou Keita, and other artists is the beauty of nature and the ability of music to provoke feelings and inspire. The collaborations are evidence of Polwart's songwriting prowess and the outstanding musicianship of the participating performers.