To what is becoming my extended family, I hope you are all fine and dandy.
The ‘Caves’ tour is half way done and the single drops next Monday (October 15th) and I write this having had a distinctly lovely last week performing in all manner of venues throughout the North and Middle of England. The band and I (and hopefully all of you) have indeed experienced some of the most exciting musical evenings (and sometimes day-times) since we set out on this adventure and I want to thank you all for coming to the shows - I’m hoping we can catch up with each other sooner rather than later. We are, after all, back on the road soon.
We have performed on a balcony half-way to the roof of what used to be a 19th century music hall in Nottingham - surrounded by fairy lights; At a candle-lit church in my hometown to the most respectfully quiet of audiences; In the Manchester streets overlooked by the monstrous and vast town hall and surrounded by burgers made from all manner of animals; And at our Camden Town-based friend The Dublin Castle with a band gear storage cupboard that feels like even if it was a magical room taken directly from Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory, it would still be too small to store our gear in. All were fun-filled musical evening’s and I want to thank all of the bands we played alongside including our friends The Rash and Elle Robertson who joined us in my hometown and helped make it a solid few days on the road.
We head back out on the road shortly for some rather exciting shenanigans in the South. Bring the acoustic noise.