‘An oft heard phrase in the islands that refers to the fact that things will happen when they happen, not before or after and hence there is little point worrying otherwise!’ ‘An epic song by The Great Western Tears reported to be appearing on their second LP’ This is the true tale of how I […]
As well as making some acoustic forays with the Tales from Tallows material, we have just played a set at Cornbury festival with a special extended band line up. We’ll be taking this full band show to BBC Countryfile live on August 6th and Towersey Folk festival on August 28th. The set featured mostly new […]
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 […]
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 what Paul Kerr’s has to say about our debut album “Tales from Tallows” on the America Uk website.