Rory Faithfield

Welcome To Rory Faithfield's Website

The Australian singer-songwriter with Celtic songlines in his head and grains of sand between his toes...


Currently working on a set of new songs for his forthcoming fifth album, 'Southern Cross, Northern Skies' whilst preparing for a relocation back to Australia after many years in Ireland.

Latest songs include: 'Rebel Songs' and 'The Bloody Hookline', (Live Video Clips Below)
performed recently opening for Declan O'Rourke around Ireland. 

You’ll find me at the National Folk Festival in Canberra (13-17 April 2017) and also at Nimbin Roots Festival in NSW (15-17 September 2017) with many local West Australian adventures along the way - All dates and details on my gig page.

Playing Illawarra Folk Festival in January was great start to the year - Read the review on Amnplify

I'm currently promoting my fifth studio album, 'Southern Cross, Northern Skies', that was recorded with Noah Shilkin at Sonic Lolly Recording Studios in Margaret River, Western Australia. For some back story (and video clips) on how and where the songs came from, see my latest Journal entry.

'Southern Cross, Northern Skies' - Now available on iTunes.

Signed CD Albums - Now available from the Shop

Latest songs include: 'Different Now', 'Closer To Blue Than Green', 'Indian Ocean Blue', 'Sweet Summer Wine' and 'All The Pretty Stars' available to listen here on the music player  (Rory Faithfield - Playlist) and the 'Sounds' page.

Watch the latest promo clip for 'Closer To Blue Than Green' on YouTube here:

And a "Live-Looping" Version of 'Closer To Blue Than Green' performed at Tablelands Folk Festival in Queensland on Saturday 22nd October 2016:

Other songs on the new album include  'Let Yourself In' - featured in the Live Video below - performed at Maldon Folk Festival (Nov2015). 


'Closer To Blue Than Green'along with 'Sweet Summer Wine' and the ANZAC tribute 'First To Fall' are now available on Amrap's Airit Community Radio Service:



Slide Show Music Video for 'Big Blue Western Skies', from the 2010 album 'Songs For Sooner' inspired by the end of 'The Troubles' in Northern Ireland and was heard regularly on Gerry Anderson's BBC Radio Ulster Show. Featuring images of the West Australian coast and the Indian Ocean.