This much acclaimed duo play folk music but not as you may have heard it. Drawing on influences as diverse as Indian and Appalaichan roots, they re-interpret traditional music via slide guitar, ,banjo and harmonica supporting the soaring vocals of Hannah Martin.
From Maida Vale to Tennessee they have quickly drawn an appreciative and ever growing audience. And now, one week before they play The Queens Head, their second album 'Mynd' has drawn a rapturous 4 star review from The Guardian. Described as 'bravely original' by Robin Denselow, the album combines traditional material with their own compositions and looks set to launch them on the trajectory already followed by Seth Lakeman. Discovered by Steve Knightley of Show of Hands, this is an ideal opportunity to catch them before bigger venues beckon.
An autumn treat.
Advance tickets £7 available at the venue or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.