1. Watch The Lone Bellow thunder through "Green Eyes and a Heart of Gold" at the Newport Folk Festival.

    Photos: Adam Kissick for NPR

  2. 5 New Faces Of Folk

    Alongside the huge names and star veterans, our broadcast of the 2013 Newport Folk Festival this weekend features an impressive slate of boundary-pushers and genre-eschewers. Here is a sampler of five of the newest and most promising faces.

    Download tracks from Frank Turner, Cold Specks, Hurray For The Riff Raff, The Lone Bellow and Shovels & Rope.

  3. Catch up on last week’s World Cafe sessions, including exclusive performances from The Lone Bellow, Pickwick, Low and Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds.

  4. Watch the Lone Bellow sing beautiful, heartfelt, impeccably harmonized folk-pop songs at its Tiny Desk Concert.
Photo: Lizzie Chen/NPR

    Watch the Lone Bellow sing beautiful, heartfelt, impeccably harmonized folk-pop songs at its Tiny Desk Concert.

    Photo: Lizzie Chen/NPR

  5. The Brooklyn roots-rock group The Lone Bellow has caused a stir with its self-titled debut. Watch its members perform one of the album’s catchiest songs, “The One You Should’ve Let Go,” live at Rockwood Music Hall in New York City from WFUV — the same stage on which they recorded The Lone Bellow.

  6. The Lone Bellow’s music has commercial cachet to spare, as the roots-pop rumble of Mumford & Sons mixes agreeably with the more emotionally resonant folk-rock belting of The Swell Season or The Civil Wars.
Stream The Lone Bellow now.

    The Lone Bellow’s music has commercial cachet to spare, as the roots-pop rumble of Mumford & Sons mixes agreeably with the more emotionally resonant folk-rock belting of The Swell Season or The Civil Wars.

    Stream The Lone Bellow now.

  7. You may not know The Lone Bellow now, but it’s poised to make a splash next year. With a forthcoming record produced by Charlie Peacock (The Civil Wars), watch a video from the heartfelt band.

    You may not know The Lone Bellow now, but it’s poised to make a splash next year. With a forthcoming record produced by Charlie Peacock (The Civil Wars), watch a video from the heartfelt band.