Here’s a never been seen before, live acoustic version of Meet Me At Kiki’s from our latest album ‘Gaslight Roses’, recorded at our favourite intimate hometown venue Knutsford Little Theatre. Filmed by Jonathon Farber and edited by Neil McCartney, sound recording is by Jim Broughton and Tony Pickering.
FATEA Magazine has given Gaslight Roses a fantastic review in their monthly round up of the new releases. Adam Jenkins described the album as…
“a huge amount of fun, like a party you will want to return to time and time again. With a record this joyful, you can well imagine how great they must be to see live. Roll on album number three.”
Read the full review here. Thanks for your support guys!
We’re absolutely delighted to announce we’ve been asked to play Pub in the Park Knutsford again this year! We’ll be performing on the evening of Saturday 8th June at the Lambing Shed site alongside Stereo MCs and headliners Texas! If last year is anything to go by then this year’s festival of great food and music will be off the scale! For further information about all the weekend’s events and ticket information follow the link here
We are extremely proud to launch our second album ‘Gaslight Roses’ and can’t wait for you to hear it! It was produced by John Kettle (Merry Hell) and features 12 songs (7 of which were co-written by singer David Boardman and drummer Mark Radcliffe). If you would like to buy a CD copy of the album you can do so by visiting our online shop otherwise the album is available to download or stream from all good online platforms.
We are delighted to present our brand new single and video ‘On the Town’! The song is an paean to one’s hometown and the inevitable pull it exerts. Rather than a ode to escaping its confines, the song celebrates the comfort and safety it provides and the yearning you feel when away from it. Filmed in our own hometown of Knutsford, the video depicts a night on the tiles with the band. It was filmed by the multi talented and quite wonderful Neil McCartney. We hope you enjoy it.