I have a new album coming out and am donating it to the crowdfunding campaign I am part of, raising money for a group of us who are starting education to become peace workers & community builders. You can see the campaign here: https://www.gofundme.com/education-for-peace-building It’ll be released on August 17th and you can pre-order it … Continue reading “We are Turned” Album Release
Front Cover for ‘It Sails’. Artwork by Rose Codner. Album Launch This is a very exciting week as my debut album ‘It Sails’ is finally ready to be released! It feels like this has taken absolutely ages to get to this point. And it has. Probably about three years. It was a lot of fun … Continue reading Double Album Launch: It Sails and Thirty Birds
Up above is the two track reel to reel machine I bought a few months ago with my pals Liam and Dan of the Ninetree Stumblers. Ever since, I’ve been learning how to use it, and collaborating with my good friend Anna Kissell on setting up a musical collective called ‘Bare Bones’ centred around our … Continue reading Journey into Analogue Music Production: Episode 1
Since I came back from Italy, I’ve been reforming my band (!) and preparing to record an album, which I am going to do in early June, on a reel-to-reel machine that I recently bought with my pals Dan and Liam, the other two-thirds of The Ninetree Stumblers. It is a 2 track reel-to-reel with an … Continue reading This Place I Found, Upcoming Gigs, Album
Three headed goats, mythical beasts, and snow holes
I arrived in Rome on Wednesday and played last night in Fanfulla, a little club in the East of Rome. It’s very hidden, in a residential street, and you’d never know it was there if you walked past. It’s a really special place- run by a group of friends who love music. I really enjoyed … Continue reading Rome!
So I’ve been here in the Tuscan wilds for about 5 days now, and I have another 5 before I go to Rome for the next concert. After Rome, I go to play in Verona, Venice, and Bergamo, and then I’ll be coming home. The first few days here, it rained non-stop, which was quite … Continue reading Cut-up Poem