We’d like to extend a warm farewell and debt of gratitude to both Ian Clark (Drums) And Rich Jones (Bass) who have both left the band during the winter. They were the bands first formidable rhythm section who joined us as we set out on our gigging journey from summer 2015. Ian had been with us behind the scenes from the start as we worked on songs that would see the light of day firstly on our EP and more recently on our album Tales From Tallows. We wish them both well.
We are moving into a new season of live shows acoustically, buoyed greatly by the inclusion of Ben Heaney on Violin. Ben brought great light to the tracks he played on the album and has been hard at work learning the new set! You can see him in action in the live video below of Hang my hat.
Plans are afoot to have a full band on occasion for some of the festival dates and look forward to catching you at a gig soon…
Thanks to Ronan at Nightshift Magazine for the review of Tales from Tallows.
“Maybe a little bit of magic could vanish all the heartache here, but you have ask, when it sounds this good, why would you want to”
Read the full review on the Nightshift Magazine website.
Read whatPaul Kerr’s has to say about our debut album “Tales from Tallows” on the America Uk website.
The Ridgeway Ramble is a video series presenting to you bands performing songs you may know, and some you may not on a platform that celebrates good old fashioned roots music. Hosted on The Ridgeway in the beautiful Oxfordshire countryside you get a unique insight into the workings of a song as we ramble along.
Here’s our debut, performing ‘Hang My Hat’ from our album “Tales of Tallows”.
We’re very happy to announce you can now buy our debut LP from almost every digital musical provider, including iTunes, Apple Music, Google Play and Amazon.
There will be a full CD and potential Vinyl release in the springtime but we have a small number of pre release hard copy if you want to keep it old school. Click here to get in touch about getting hold of one of these!
We’ll be playing a celebratory show at The Library Bar Oxford on November the 17th before taking a short winter break to write new material and hone songs we have ready for the follow up album!
November will also see a one off special Roots Ramble extravaganza in the drinking holes of East Oxford where you can expect to see a powerhouse showing of the best of the local Roots scene.
Keep up to date with gig listings by following us on our facebook page.