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Our alt-country classic (almost) ‘Don’t Let It Be You’ as performed last Sunday at the Gregson Folk Concert, unplugged and with ‘mood’ lighting. Thank you Marc Nellis for recording the moment.

The final song of the new album released 7.10.13.
A fare thee well song written earlier this year as my old Nana lay on the ‘Liverpool Care Pathway’ - she was 104 and more than ready to end her long story. This song came out of that mixed emotional journey.
There’s a charming film of us rehearsing this song:
http://youtu.be/bDA5aG8jb_s

It certainly does. A fitting closer to our ‘Greatest Bits. Originally on ‘Hypericum Perforatum’ way back in 2008 when most of the couples we knew were still together and secretly digging this song. 

We’re playing an intimate and well rehearsed acoustic set this Sunday at The Gregson, Lancaster, along with The Bimble Brothers and other fine folk. It’s free but donations welcome for the Gregson Roof Fund (if it’s raining, you’ll know…)

We’re playing an intimate and well rehearsed acoustic set this Sunday at The Gregson, Lancaster, along with The Bimble Brothers and other fine folk. It’s free but donations welcome for the Gregson Roof Fund (if it’s raining, you’ll know…)

From ‘Summer’s Last Hurrah’ 2011
Now on ‘A Prize Every Time - The Greatest Bits’
https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/prize-every-time-greatest/id875511602
‘Ever get the feeling you’ve been had?’

Our new song (recorded between school runs) was played on BBC Radio 6 Music last night, get in! Hear it, and download all the tracks, here. Thanks Tom. :)

The first blast of the Invisible Ray back in June 2013. Playing Spotlight in December with added personnel and a few new songs…

Els adding her vocals to a new midwinter lament
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Els adding her vocals to a new midwinter lament
#music
#recording