Gypsy Fingers are a progressive folk-rock band founded by Victoria Coghlan and Luke Oldfield (son of Mike Oldfield), playing live as a quartet fusing together folk, rock, pop, prog, psychedelia, americana + more to create a fresh sound of their own described by RnR Magazine as “trip-hop and folk-influenced ethereal pop that delightfully doesn’t fit into any existing musical pigeonhole”.
They released their second album ‘Stranger Things’ in October 2018 which found praise among the Americana and Country world for its originality and musicianship. Maverick Country Magazine describe the album as “a brilliant fusion of pop and folk-rock” (Maverick Country Magazine), whilst Song Bar call it a “gentle, rather gorgeous and ethereal folk/ trip hop, not to mention a sprinkle of prog”.
After a busy touring schedule in 2018 with UK and European tours in the UK and fantastic festival performances including Isle of Wight Festival and Hyde Park BST supporting Van Morrisson and Michael Bublé, GypsyFingers hit the road again in Spring 2019 for shows which promise to be “fully immersive and entertaining; seductive and beautiful in equal measure” (Mumble Music)
“as inventive as anything you’ll hear any time soon” (RnR Magazine)