19 Mar '13 -- More reviews

The reviews for Dance Through The Storm are starting to trickle in now, and we're glad to say that they're pretty good! Colin Bailey at Folking.com has called it "a well produced record of singular acoustic music", and Tim Carroll at Folk Words "an album that promises and delivers much". Head over to our Album page to see more snippets and links to full reviews.

8 Mar '13 -- Album & gigs update

Thanks to everyone who has bought the album so far – we hope you are enjoying what you hear! The new album is available from the website, iTunes, Amazon (both download and physical copy) and of course at gigs. ...more

9 Jan '13 -- Album launch

We're very happy to be able to announce full details of two shows to celebrate the launch of our new album, Dance Through The Storm.

On Friday February 1st we are in London at Jamboree, in Cable Street. We will be doing a 45 minute spot with two other London based acts, and this will be the first time the new album will be available in hard copy form.

Then – on Saturday 2nd Feb we are in Bracknell, and a show in the Cellar Bar – part of South Hill Park Arts Centre, to officially launch the album.

Our good friend Chris Ricketts will open the show with a spot (and hopefully come and join us for a song later), with one more act TBC. ...more

3 Jan '13 -- First Review

We're proud to announce that the reviews of upcoming album 'Dance Through The Storm' are beginning to trickle in, with the first from Joe Knipe at Folk and Roots. It's a great read, and if you like the sound of it then why not buy the album to see if you agree!


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