Tuesday, 17 September 2013


Here's some recent nice press we've received recently for 'Clapper Is Still', Loud & Quiet said it "might be the most intelligent contemporary folk record you'll hear this year." Impose said it was "More like a Morrissey than a Sid Vicious". 20 Jazz Funk Greats said some really thoughtful things here in their review. We have a track about MOD ghost towns called 'Imber & Tyneham' included on this month's Office Ambience for WIRE magazine, keeping company with Robbie Basho and The Shangri-Las! Dots and Dashes also wrote some insightful things about our new track 'Roughting Linn' too! 

Friday, 6 September 2013

"Roughting Linn"

Here's a first listen from our forthcoming album "Clapper Is Still", this track 'Roughting Linn' was written about an outcrop of rock in Northumberland carved all over in prehistoric patterns, very off the map, no signs, no markers... enjoy!

"Clapper Is Still" will be released through Upset The Rhythm on November 11th on LP/CD/MP3!