Here's Eddie driving us to the airport at the end of the latest leg of our US Fall 2014 tour. We're now enjoying a hard-earned break until the end of the month when we open for Maceo Parker in London. Thanks to everyone who came out to see us in Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, Santa Cruz, L.A., San Diego, Fort Collins, Denver, Rochester, Pittsburgh, Raleigh and Corolla. We'll be back Stateside in November to play Portsmouth, Providence, Fairfield, Ardmore, Saratoga Springs, Syracuse, Asheville, Athens and Greenville before we head down to Live Oak FL for our annual appearances at Bear Creek Music Festival. Thankyou bye.
Bye bye, Colorado - thanks for a great weekend! We’ll see you again at the end of January. Rather infuriatingly, we have to be up at 4am tomorrow to fly to Rochester, NY. (It’s the 4am that’s the problem - for all we know, Rochester might be a charming place.) Counting on a significant hotel nap situation on arrival. We finish this three-week tour leg on Saturday night in Corolla, NC, which is kind of in the Atlantic. Then 3 weeks back in Blighty sampling the various forms of rain, before we come back Stateside to slide down the country all the way to Bear Creek Festival in Florida. If you came out to see us recently, thanks for coming out to see us recently and please come again.
It’s great to be back in California after what feels like quite a long absence. After shows in SF and Santa Cruz, we play LA and San Diego before flying off to Colorado to spread more musical joy.
September 26th and 27th we play two nights at the Great American Music Hall SF, in aid of Compass Family Services - supporting San Francisco’s vulnerable and homeless families for the last 100 years. Featuring The Nth Power (both nights) and special guests Lyrics Born (26th) and Zigaboo Modeliste (27th). Details and tickets here
Pete’s Balearic summer reggae album Island Time is out now on One Note Records - available from all reputable digital music retailers! Here’s another cheeky sampler track: Loverdub Time, featuring Brian J.
Thanks to those of you who came out to see us at the House of Blues in Chicago this weekend. Sorry to those of you who missed it. We’re heading over to the New York area later this week to play in Port Chester, Fairfield and Manhattan, before flying West again to Denver. Hope it’s warmer than Chicago.
Our first show of the tour, and our first ever in Saint Louis tonight at the Old Rock House. (Thought we’d been here once before but realised we were thinking of Louisville KY, oops). We’re expecting to be buzzing about this place when we leave for Chicago tomorrow, like silly British bumble bees. Buzz, buzz, buzz. What a brilliant giant arch they have!
Just letting you all know that this is where we'll be next weekend, Fri 31st & Sat 1st, opening for… http://t.co/eUWorLrpFN
We are very excited to be opening for Maceo Parker & his band for two nights at the Brooklyn Bowl London (at the O2) on Friday 31st Oct and Saturday 1st Nov.
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Brooklyn Bowl London
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Brooklyn Bowl London
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The Press Room
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