Thanks so much to the audience at The Half Moon Putney last night for coming along to the show. We had a great evening and it was really nice to play in a venue so steeped in musical history. Thanks also to Phil for organising the night, to Nea for fantastic sound and to the other acts Eva Jacobs, Old Fashioned Lover Boy, Rotem and Joseph Rogers for collaborating on a great evening of music.
There now follows a short break from live fixtures to finish up some new recordings- then we're back on stage at Always The Sun Festival on September 9th.
We're delighted to be playlisted on BBC Introducing The South this Saturday! 'Mackerel' will be aired at some point between 8-9pm on BBC Sussex and BBC Surrey. Thanks to Melita D at the BBC Introducing team for featuring us!
We're also really pleased to be included on the latest Adobe and Teardrops music roundup- many thanks to Rachel for including us in the playlist. Find the full playlist at: http://bit.ly/2vpTcRy.
Andddd.... the day cometh, it's out.
Please check out this reimagining of 'Mackerel', kitted out with tape loops, beats and a distant choir or something (?)
We're looking forward to supporting Samantha Whates and Josienne Clarke tomorrow at New Roots: PICA PICA/ Adam Beattie/ Sandtimer!
We're also heading down t'The Willow Tree Winchester on Thursday night for an extended slot with PopUp Acoustic. Come along to either gig if you're in the vicinity of either Camden or Winchester!
Also, don't forget that our new single comes out in just two days. Hear it accompanied by some nice visuals below: