Well there may have been some winter warming hibernation at M&M HQ but our time has come…Wednesday night 25th January, we are proud to take the stage with a roster of very talented musicians in association with Independent Venue Week for Chalk Farm Folk’s first event of 2017. Let’s’ be honest, it feels a bit like the year has barely begun and it’s all gone to pot – so we’ve got to do things that open peoples hearts and our own – we’ve got to take it back! Join us along with Bird Radio, Blake, and The Roselly’s for one killer night of tunes. We’ve missed you over this Christmas period and it’s time for us to make up for lost time. Join us at 7:30 at The Monarch and make sure you get your tickets in advance so you don’t lose your spot. You’d be a whole lot cooler if you did…
M&M HQ has been hard at work these last few weeks with a slew of gigs on the way. We’ll be starting of November right with The Sunday Service at The Viaduct in Hanwell. Friends of the band, Golden Manor Medicine Show will be hosting for an afternoon of Country, Americana, and Rock n’ Roll…Getchya tickets HERE. Next up, 2 tribute nights honouring some of our very favourite musical people. Before the Gold Rush has pulled together a fantastic bill featuring a range of Neil Young’s greatest to most obscure snacks. You can buy your tickets for the event at The Slaughtered Lamb HERE. A few weeks later Chalk Farm Folk will be overthrown at The Monarch in Camden to present ‘The Last Waltz 2’, the long-awaited sequel to the seminal 1978 concert. Free Entry and music from 8pm.
And Last but oh-so-not-least the The Stev Mayo Show is on a roll with 2 episodes published and 2 more on the way! We hope you’ll subscribe now for interviews, music, and life-changing discussions about mollusks. This is the podcast you didn’t know you were waiting for…check it out!!
We have been working on this beautiful album for the last year and we are so proud of the final piece. Inspired by a rehearsal for what became tracks 1 and 2, this album developed organically around the studio and circles the themes of ageing friendships and suburban life. All of our love and thanks to everyone who contributed from the talented musicians who’s names you see on the back cover to the engineers and friends at Soup Studio and SpeakerSonic Studio.