Tuesday, 26 August 2014

The Roadhouse

It was a top night at The Roadhouse on Bank Holiday Saturday                                                           

Waiting to soundcheck:
Pete slightly bothered by the dressing room mirror, Kevin photographing John and Pete.

Set List:

Girl On The Roof
Checkered Land
I Can't Say
I See You Everywhere That I Go
Chalk Circle
There's No One There

Jimi Wade, Dead City Souls and Wilson shared the night.

Thanks to The Roadhouse and Soundman Rob, it sounded great through the monitors. Cheers to everyone that came to see us, but special thanks to Matt for coming from Burton-on-Trent, the furthest traveled gig-goer of the night (probably).  

Nice notice:

Friday, 22 August 2014


Live again for the bank holiday weekend, we're playing an unsigned night at The Roadhouse Manchester, we're 4th on at 21:25, it might get noisy.
We'll have a few copies of the single with us if you fancy, if you can't make it there its still available by post on Bandcamp and the digital issue is everywhere you'd expect it to be, nab one.

Sunday, 17 August 2014

album review - you need this in your collection

A few words from Lee Bull at Bullys Music Blog:

In the early days the band used to rehearse in the same studios as James and The Stone Roses and the band would often find themselves in a studio with these two Manchester greats either side. But as John says “life gets in the way and line ups change” and now they are back on the scene playing again since their last gig in 1991.
The album is a 12 track filled with great lyrics and a sound that is of the era that the tracks was first written. Even though the tracks were wrote over 20 years ago and re-recorded it takes you back to that great time in music.
If you’re a fan on the 90’s Manchester sound this album is one you need in your collection. The band have just released a 7” double A side single called “Girl On The Roof” / “Maid Of The Grey” which is available now as a limited edition.
You can find Bully's Music Blog here 
The single is on Bandcamp and Piccadilly Records and Vinyl Revival in Manchester, as well as Thomson & Co in Haslingden, digital copies are everywhere you would normally look for them.