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  • Early Autumn Soundings

    1. RAAAARRRRR! How we have such a lot of news, and rather than burst forth with it all in one giant downpour, allow me to dehydrate it slightly into a chewy, sweetened and condensed 3-part story; do enjoy the slightly more intense flavour, but, maybe a nice cuppa will help you get it all down…

  • Spring news!

    As we busy ourselves into Spring, we embrace our excitement like cheeky lambs poking out between the daffodils. See us gambol for your delight as you whizz past our field on the train of life! In today’s news: May UK tour dates with C. Duncan! August 3-night run of SOUNDING with Lomond Campbell, Pumpkinseeds chamber…

  • Tour time!

    OH MY GODDDDD, We had such a good time on tour! Far be it from us to mix our metaphors, but now that we have tinkled the piano keys of curiosity, and pumped up the inner-tube on the bicycle of happiness, that is to say, played some Proper Gigs in Proper Venues, we’re not quite…

  • New Year, New Things!

    Morninnnggg! We awake unto the New Year with a sudden urge to cast off our knitting and throw ourselves into New Band Things with the vigour of January gym subscribers. 2016 was a great year for the band; personal highlights include, in no particular order: releasing our debut record; being embraced by the family Toad;…

  • Swell to Great

    After 18 months of recording, mixing, and artworking, we’re finally able to send Swell to Great off out into the world. You can get hold of it on vinyl, CD and download through Song, by Toad Records and at Monorail and Love Music in Glasgow, and VoxBox and Coda in Edinburgh. (its on Amazon and…

  • Summertime in the Piano Barn

    We’re back from Cornwall, where we played for our pals Caught by the River at the Port Eliot festival. A weekend of good music and food, sitting on straw bales in the sun and swimming in the river estuary. We had a few days of playing at the Song, by Toad warehouse in Leith before…

  • Hello Harmonium

    So here’s the beauty, and where it all began. It creaks and drones, and we love it all the more for that. It has a character on the record we’re so proud of, it sounds full of purpose and effort, while a bit cracked and wheezy, swaying somewhere between altar and bingo-hall. We squashed her…