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.
We hope you enjoy. xx
Here is our brand new music video for ‘Annie & I’ shot live at Soup Studio in East London. Featuring the truly talented Barbara Bartz on fiddle, this romantic folk song is the latest single from our forthcoming album, ‘Confession Note’. If you want the full studio version in your pocket, you can pick it up on itunes.
With March and April booking up fast this thing has now got a life all it’s own. The 2nd CFF was a beauty and we got snap-happy enough to document the good vibes. Our band was so very thrilled to have the massively talented Barbara Bartz join us with her fiddle for the night making dreams come true (for at least 40 minutes :)).
We’re getting so professional…a merch table:
Bara Bara also run an unplugged night in tooting and we’d like to give it a shout out. If you’re ever down in Tooting on Saturday night and looking for a jam, their night is aptly called ‘Tooting Folk’ and you can check it out here: https://www.facebook.com/TootingFolk
A hearty thanks to our sound man Laine Blues, a musician in his own right. Didn’t get to discuss Kelly’s Roast Beef but I’m fairly certain he said he lived in Revere for a while. What a small world it is.
Naturally the only downside of being the one taking the photos is there’s rarely ones taken when you’re playing. Thanks to Charlie Bateson for giving us this abstract still of our set up. Sadly, while we did have the foresight to film the set, the audio sounds like something fed through a vocoder inside a blender.