Some photos from our gig last Friday night at The Hope and Ruin, where we joined Echoes in Red to celebrate their new EP launch. It was great fun! Thanks to Sarah-Kye Faulkner for the photos and cheers to Luna Blue and Panic Island who played cracking sets.
Our next gig is at Bevfest, 8th July in Bevendean (Brighton again). See you there!
This weekend has been pretty busy for us, Saturday we filmed a new music video on top of Devil’s Dyke which was beyond beautiful! We got so lucky with the sunset, the mist, the colours, honestly, some of the footage we have is just gorgeous.
Sunday we played a gig at The Cowley in Brighton for Paul Stapleton as part of a folk/punk weekender and it was a great way to spend Sunday afternoon. It was like playing a gig in your friends living room, completely chilled, intimate and we met some awesome peeps!
Thanks to Paul for putting us on, and thanks to Sarah-Kye Faulkner for the behind the scenes photos, roadie duties, additional cameraman and general band helper outer, you’re awesome
It’s been a lovely few days here down in the south of the UK and we couldn’t stand to film in the studio, so this week we’ve been working on our first outside shoot!
We randomly took off to the beach and filmed, wrote and performed a brand new song in the space of a couple of hours. An exercise in snap decisions. Here’s a couple of behind the scenes photos courtesy of Sarah-Kye Faulkner and a shot from the video which is currently in the final stages of editing!
Full video (I guess you could call it a lyric video) coming in the next 24 / 48 hours
Better late than never but we just wanted to say a big thank you to Overhead Wires Music, Andy Voakes, Sam the sound man, Bear Bozeman, Romarni Brytz and everyone who was at The Brunswick last night. We had an awesome time playing for you and we really hope you enjoyed our set!
We’ll be back down in Brighton in a few weeks time, but firstly we’re off to Maidenhead!
So we’ve been super secret about this (unless you’ve been following our Twitter) but last weekend we were in the studio recording our first single. Boom!
Excited, yes, sounding awesome, yes.
We spent Saturday / Sunday at a delightful little studio in Brighton called Small Pond. Tracking guitars, vocals and working on the arrangement, as well as the fun stuff of mixing and playing around with silly gear; plus adding the all important fairy sparkle.
Huge thanks to George Mckenzie for engineering / producing it, I think it surpassed both our expectations of what it could become.
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