By FHW Marketing


BBC Radio One presenter Huw Stephens is one a musical pilgrimage across Wales; from Cardiff to Ceredigion, Clwyd to Caernarfon. He meetsand chats to some of his musical heroes, inlcuing Meic Stevens, Dave Datblygu and Gruff Rhys, and listens to some of the most unique music from current and well known Welsh language artists. Buses...trains...roadside cafes...taxis...hitching lifts...the open road. And an anorak. 

An insight into the Welsh language pop scene. An insight into a country on the fringes. Of a language that is fighting for survival. 



  • The film is about the Welsh language music scene, presented by Welsh radio dj Huw Stephens, and featuring Welsh musicians such as Super Furry Animals, H Hawklin, Georgia Ruth, 9Bach, The Joy Formidable and Gwenno.
  • The film features locatoons in Cardiff, Ceredigion, Clwyd, Caernarfon, the Eisteddod and Portmeirion's Festival No.6. 
  • The film is Welsh language. 
  • Director Gruffydd Davies is Welsh. 



Date: Friday 8th February - Friday 22nd March 2019

Certificate: 15

Festivals: Premiered at the National Eisteddfod of Wales 2018, and also screened at Green Man Festival, Pyslence Festival and Doc n Roll Festival, where it won second place. 



Length: 99 mins

Language: Welsh, with English subtitles

Format: DCP or Bluray






The Guardian here and here





This film is covered by our Made In Wales stratedgy. If you are a member of Film Hub Wales you may be eligible to submit a proposal for support. Read our Made In Wales strategy.