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They're brilliant, right? The album doesn't have a duff track on it.
excellent record and a brilliant live band to boot. 'The Wreck Is Not A Boat' being particularly ace.
Looking forward to seeing them again.
I'll try and make it this time - I really liked the album
they sounded lovely, terrible band name though
I wish I'd seen them in the woods! They were one of my favourite bands of the whole weekend, just beautiful live.
and liked them a lot. Bought the album and listened at home, and then liked them even more.
I was there to see Mumford & Sons, but they seemed a bit tame following Sons of Noel & Adrian.
and I concur. I'm going to try and make it to KTP for them if I can.
playing the railway in winchester april 30th , gonna be so good in such a small venue!
Playing a show for me with Left With Pictures and Lay Low on March 12th, they were insanely good when they played for me in November.
I them at EOTR in the woods didn't hear about it as would have headed over there for sure!
they are very good. I think they got a 10/10 on here?
how many of them were there?
I saw them with 5 (maybe 6) of them on stage and the noise they made was incredible, but aren't there 10 or 12 of them. Seeing them all together, especially with the girl singer too, might just make my head explode.
I can't remember exactly. That was on the relatively small stage at The Wilmington Arms. The sound they produced was spellbinding.
Hoping there's that many again on March 4th at The Wilmington.
To fucking DiS posting everything 5 times.. they are 12 people in the band but they don't normally all make to every gig. When they played for me last time was 9 of them.
at The Wilmington Arms with Stars of Sunday League and My First Tooth. Only £4 too.
Was the gig last night? Really wanted to go but ended up being sick as a dog...Bet was brilliant.
i must remember to read your emails.
i ended up staying up till half 10 too :(
I think they're one of my favourite live bands and 'Damien, Lessons from What's Poor' is one of the best live tracks I've heard. It's like the greatest post-rock song ever, played acoustically so you can hear every constituent part. Anyway, great, great band.
I have a show with them on March 12th at Slaughtered Lamb with Lay Low and Left With Pictures that should be a special one.