Fred Perry event at Woodhouse, Notting Hill and new photos..

28 Jun

The last 14 days have been silly busy for us. What’s Cookin’, Radio Croydon, Chalk Farm Folk, a Fred Perry Charity event, and we’re still not done yet.

We were really pleased to help out when the Woodhouse store in Notting Hill asked us to play for their charity event to raise money for prostate cancer.   You can see a few photos from the night below. ImageImageImageImage

Also, Chalk Farm Folk was bash on Tuesday.  Joined by The Frisbys, Lazy Heart Parade, & Suburban Dirts – we took over the Monarch with another winning night of tunes (making it the only reason people could be happy about England being out of the World Cup).  


Lazy Heart Parade


The Frisbys



Suburban Dirts



Tonight! – Chalk Farm Folk at The Monarch – FREE ENTRY

24 Jun


TONIGHT! Chalk Farm Folk live at The Monarch is straight after the England game from 7pm..
This is gonna be an amazing night with live sets from The FrisbysLazy Heart Parade & Suburban Dirts and of course us!

Croydon Radio Session Available to Download

22 Jun


If you missed us Friday night you can hear our appearance on Croydon Radio HERE ! Check out our chat with Jason Ross (pictured below) on his show Bound in Music with 3 live performances ‘Roadtrip’, ‘Never Enough’, and ‘Manahattan Girl Again’.  Image

Live Interview on Croydon Radio this Evening! 8pm

20 Jun

Many Thanks to Ramblin’ Steve from What’s Cookin’, the terrific audience at the ex serviceman’s club in Leytonstone, and Silvia De for the performance pic below.  Some killer records were spun in between sets, we met some deeply talented fellow musicians, and the drinks are cheap mamma (!).  Seriously, It’s a truly special atmosphere created at that venue and we definitely look forward to joining the line up again.


Tonight we will be heading South East for an interview at Croydon Radio with Jason Ross’ ‘Bound in Music’ on air at 8pm.  The station has been cool enough to play our songs for the last 2 weeks and we’re thrilled to get the chance to have a studio session to round out a very busy few weeks.  The hour show will be available as a podcast by tomorrow morning so anyone out of the London area can still get a listen in.

 We don’t get down that way too often so the only shame tonight will be that we don’t have enough time to get dinner at Brixton Market on the way- ugh


What’s Cookin’?!

18 Jun

Tonight – we are! We make our Leytonstone debut at the ex-servicemen’s club at 2 Harvey Road.  We are major fans of this fantastic setup now in the running for 10 years, and we’re pretty stoked to join the ranks.  Doors open at 8:30 and entry is FREE! We will be joining the bill with Dan Beaulaurier and dusting off some tunes we don’t always get the chance to play.  Country Fried M & MImageImage 

Festival Mad!

6 Jun

Wow it’s been so long since we’ve posted and there’s so much to share! We’ve been to and from America with a killer stint at Jazz fest, gigged with friends here in London and now we are just minutes from hitting the road for our most ambitious mini tour yet.  4 gigs, 2 days.   Here’s where you can find us: We kick off in the west country for three Somerset-based performances. We we’ll be live at Home Farm Festival tomorrow, June 7th at 1pm on the Tea Room Stage and Sunday June 8th on the Main Stage at 11am. Saturday evening we’re thrilled to be playing at Bruton Castle at 9pm. Finally on Sunday afternoon, we return to London where we will be taking the main stage at Bedford Park Festival, Chiswick at 5pm sharp. (cue forehead wipe)….Cant wait. 

When we return we’ve got fresh photos and videos to share of our busy spring. Much love.


After The Gold Rush…

13 Apr

Backstage at Before The Goldrush, 11th April 2014 BTGR II 008 BTGR Performance Pic

In their own words, Friday night may have been Before the Gold Rush‘s best night ever! Such a massive turn out there were many people sadly turned away at the door (really sorry about that guys)…

It also may have been the friendliest bill we’ve ever joined, seriously, everybody was so nice. Hats off to Slow Wolf on their album release and also to The Dog Roses and Tarq Bowen who both put on a stomping show.  Many Thanks to Anna Orhanen for the lovely HD action shot above (and to Henrik Ekeus for the backstage shots too:)).  We’re looking forward to live footage and more snaps to follow thanks to Nina and Steve, Before the Gold Rush’s hard working co-captains.

We’ll be returning to The Fiddler’s Elbow once again on 9th May in support of Red Soul Brigade‘s Friday Night residency. It’s gonna be funky.


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