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Next stop Brewood!

Our next outing is on November 3rd at Brewood Acoustic Music Club.

This is one of our favourite places to play, as it was one of the first places to invite us when we first started.

We'll be playing some new material from the upcoming album...!

For more details and ticket info, click here.

Looking forward to seeing you!

Cheers, L & J 



Sunny Bromyard...

It seems that we're on a roll of pplaying places beginning with "Brom!"

After another fab time at Bromsgrove Folk Festival we've just landed from Bromyard. After the drenching and ankle deep mud of the last time, it was lovely to see the sun this year. It makes camping soooo much better!

During our opening set on the main stage, we were presented with two leeks.

These were a reward for being the best (only!) Welsh band on stage that afternoon. Thanks to Ronnie and Sally for those!

We played three sets, including a lovely session at the Falcon Mews to finish things off.

THANKS to everyone who supported us - it was great to see you!




Oops, we did it again!...

Yes, we know, we've suffered another bad case of website neglect.

Profuse apologies - we have a no reasonable excuse, save for the fact that we've taken some time out to write the new album and just forgot our online presence completely!

So here's a bit of an update:


We blew off the performing mothballs and took a trip to Bromsgrove. And what a fab time we had, too.

It was great to work alongside Anthony John Clarke and Colum Sands - a couple of lovely fellas! THANKS once again to Bob Bignell and the BFF team for having us - a thoroughly good time all around.


There are two leek awards. One each for the lady and gent who join in most enthusiastically with the singing. Closed eyes and beards win extra points (especially for the ladies!).

Saturday night at Bromsgrove Folk Fest.

Amazingly, this year's gentleman winner was the same guy who won the Inaugural Leek Award at Folk on the Coast about three years ago!

Congratulations to Ronnie Williamson - a true achievement.


The reason for backing off on the gigging is that we're devoting our energy to writing the second album. We're well on with it now and hope to record over the winter.

Launch time should be at Easter time next year! 

That's the update - thanks for checking in.

Cheers, Liam & Jonny :0)


Franklin ship found!...

In 1845 the expedition to find the Northwest Passage ended in disaster for Sir John Franklin and his 129 men. 

The song named after the expedition's leader, is one of our favourites and has been popular in folk circles for many many years.

This month, a search which started in 2008, sponsored by the Canadian Government, successfully located one of Franklin's two ships, HMS Erebus and HMS Terror - it's unclear yet which of them it is.

Anyway, for those interested in reading a little more - here's the link to the BBC article

Below is the video of our version of "Lord Franklin" that we made outside our tent at Alcester Folk Festival in 2012 - enjoy!

Cheers, BC.


Please help us out - with Shrewsbury FF feed back...

If you went to Shrewsbury FF this year and would like to see us there again - please consider including us in your feed back.

You should have had an email asking you about the event - there's a place at the bottom to list your favourite acts...

Here's the feed back link if you need it: SFF Feeb Back

Or go to the fesitval website and click the title bar - here