Sam Hodgson

Sam Hodgson (aka Samh) is a songwriter, a researcher, and community musician.

Samh has been experimenting with an unusual folk-coloured sound for almost 10 years. The latest EP, Glowinglow, features a collection of instruments including 80’s keyboards, a handmade xylophone, wind-up clock chimes, soft synths and Turkish skin drums.

All this accompanies his masterful guitar playing and effortlessly odd timings. Glowinglow uses textures and lyrical landscapes to conjure up the fuzzy, dreamlike moments of human existence 

He is currently writing songs in, about, and for West Yorkshire's moors, cloth halls, canals, places of worship, rivers, mills, cycle paths. 

To get a feel for more of his work so far, visit:


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