Thursday, 1 December 2011


We have dismally failed to maintain this blog in recent weeks. Rest assured, dear reader, that this does not betray a contempt for our comrades in cyberspace; rather, it is merely indicative of the fact that we've been busy as buggery (not least with learning 16 covers for a wedding band we're playing in, but that's a whole other story.)

Despite the pressures and obligations of quotidian life, we've still found time to play a few shows and are playing a few more. And most immanently, this Saturday in a shop! Where you might easily be fooled in to thinking we were celebrating the annual capitalist festival Christmas Sales Drive© .

However! This isn't any old shop. This is The Music Exchange, a charity music shop that not only sells splendid records by splendid people, but also funds Framework, a homelessness charity doing vital work with young and vulnerable people. It's a frankly excellent venture, so please, in the spirit of the original Pagan festival that Christmas Sales Drive© usurped, come along and lend your support.

We're on stage at 3pm!

We have one other show lined up before Christmas, on the 16th December in Derby (see Shows and shiny new blog post next week). Then we'll be taking the first quarter of 2012 off from playing live to work on some new material and finish recording our first EP. No future? Pah!


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