A rocky rootsy band from Dorset playing a distinctive brand of original music
'Utterly irresistible, infectious, exuberant music. Watch out for this band!'
Rainlore's World of Music
All Aboard! Click on the link below to see us performing the song 'Plenty More Fish in the Sea'
(written by Glenn 'Skipper' Prigmore from our mini-album Livin' it Lovin it!)
on board one of the Tall Ships in Waterford , Ireland a couple of summers ago.
Available now from the CD page of our website (see above) and on general release through Amazon and iTunes!
What a fantastic time we had in 2014. We played some great events and festivals and shared them with some lovely people. We performed at some big, well -known festivals such as Sidmouth FolkWeek; Swanage Folk Festival; The Looe Music Festival; and the Great Dorset Steam Fair. We played some smaller, newer, quirky festivals like Martinsfest, Salisbury Live; Weymouth Seafood Festival; and Jurassic Rocks and loved them all. We travelled to some breathtakingly beautiful places like Yorkshire's Robin Hoods Bay and definitely had a bit of a nautical theme going on playing at The Old Gaffers Festival in Yarmouth; the Clovelly Gig Regatta ; and the Whitby Regatta. All fabulous events.We ended the year with some cracking events: opening at Talking Heads for Balkan-influenced gypsy jazz band Sheelanagig who we first saw at the Behind the Castle Festival in the summer; and finally, our Festive Show at Stanpit Village Hall on 19th December: our last gig of 2014 and what a cracker of an evening it was. Thank you to all you lovely people for celebrating with us. We had such a good time that we plan to do it all again! So, here's an entry for your new diaries : Friday 18th December 2015 - our Christmas Show at Stanpit Village Hall. There we go. We've given you plenty of notice!
Our Songs in Arthouse Short Film!
We are really proud and delighted that two of our songs Invisible (from our album Journeys of the Heart) and a really early song of ours Trouble and Strife (from our Undressed album) are featured in an artie, quirky short film called Learning Circle written by and starring actor Paul A. J. Rudelhoff - a familiar face from lots of character roles on TV. Learning Circle is currently being submitted to a number of Film Festivals. We'll let you know how it gets on!
As a result of our various musical performances at the wonderful Great Dorset Steam Fair and other similar events and our ability to match them pint-for-pint, we are proud to be officially approved by the Society of Drivers and Engine Men - S.O.D.E.M! Thank you, guys! x