Hobbes Fanclub, Withered Hand, and us

Now then! We’ve been working on a few things lately, in between some of us taking off on holidays and what have you. And we’ve got a couple of popshows lined up in the next few weeks. Shall we tell you about them?

We’ll take the silence that inevitably follows from the ongoing incapacity of most websites, including this one, to facilitate voice-activated, real-time user interactivity as a yes.

Our friends The Hobbes Fanclub have released their first album Up at Lagrange today. It is a thing of radiant wonder. They asked us to host a launch gig for it. So we are. It’s at the Red House here in Sheffield on Friday 19 September. We’re playing at it too. That’s because we couldn’t ask any other bands in Sheffield, which in turn is because we don’t know any.

Then on Wednesday 15 October we’re playing with the mighty Withered Hand at the Maze over in Nottingham. It’s a good thing we’re on before them, because when they played at Indietracks this year it took eight weeks to recover from the emotional impact. And it’s only been three and a bit weeks since Indietracks actually happened.

So, hope you can make it along to one or even both of those! In the meantime, speaking of Indietracks 2014, the very lovely Mr Robin Byles out of Robberie filmed some of the set we played in the merch tent. We’ll play out this post with it. Bye for now!

Published by Pete Green

Poet and musician. Sheffield. Maps, coastlines, walking, whisky, and potentially dangerous levels of wist. Grimbarian. Pedestrian. King of the impossible. Big girl's blouse.

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