Thanks to a pretty decent combination of BBC introducing and the Association of Independent Festivals we have been chosen to open the main stage on the Sunday at Derby’s Ynot festival! A fantastic atmosphere and a host of excellent bands including White Lies, Dizzee Rascal, Frank Turner and many others, this should be a pretty good one, so if you fancy a loud weekend in the Peak District head to http://www.ynotfestivals.co.uk/
Here’s another classic for you, this time it’s U2’s Sunday, Bloody Sunday.
Here’s another Caves cover…
A heavy week’s gigging, topped off with two of our best shows yet. York & Leeds, you were indeed a crowd and a half. Definitely a gig to remember, thank you to everyone who made it!
For our second Caves Cover we’ve chosen The Police’s ‘Walking on the Moon’. A massive influence over our sound and one of the best songs put to record, we hope you enjoy!
So this weekend has been a pretty big weekend for us… We’ve started work on our debut album. It’s been a while coming but after refining our sound and testing our songs on the general public, both at gigs and on the streets, we’ve teamed up with fantastic producer Richard Turvey to put together a record we are pretty damn proud of. Release date to be confirmed. Stay tuned for further news
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Sadly, due to unforeseen circumstances beyond our control, our gig on the 31st May at The Rocking Chair Sheffield has been cancelled. For those Yorkshire based fans still wanting to see us we do however have gigs at 6th June at Fibbers, York and 7th June at The Cockpit, Leeds. For those Sheffield fans missing out we will be back for Tramlines Festival on the 25th July.