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May 4, 2010

Life Stream is finally out today! Treat yourself here:

Or if downloading is your bag, you can now get it on all the usual download sites and through our Bandcamp:

The LP is also available in the following independent shops across the length and breadth of the country:
Manchester – Piccadilly
London – Rough Trade
Cardiff – Spillers
Brighton – Resident
Edinburgh – Avalanche
Leeds – Jumbo
Kingston – Banquet Records
Preston – Action Records

Life Stream tour dates:

We had our first show playing new tracks from the album at Hey! Manchester’s event at Sounds From The Other City. So far, we’ve received some fantastic feedback, so we are extremely excited about going on tour with a new repertoire. Please see below for tour dates:

Wed 12 May – Bristol, Mother’s Ruin
Thu 13 May – London, Kings Cross Social Club (FREE ENTRY)
Fri 14 May – The Great Escape, Latest Music Bar (afternoon) (FREE ENTRY)
Sat 15 May – Northampton, The Labour Club
Wed 19 May – Caernarfon, Gwynedd, Morgan Lloyd
Thu 20 May – Aberdeen, The Tunnels
Fri 21 May – Berwick,The Barrels Alehouse
Sun 23 May – Nottingham, Spanky Van Dykes
Tue 25 May – Southampton, Hamptons
Wed 26 May – Bath, Moles
Thu 27 May – Winchester, The Railway
Fri 28 May – York, Stereo
Sat 29 May – Anglesey, The Trip Festival

Media Coverage:

We are benefiting from a fair amount of coverage across all media platforms at the moment, we would like to thank everyone that’s supported the album to date across the web, press & radio. It’s amazing that we’ve had such positive feedback and it’s hugely uplifting.

Marc Riley has asked us in for a radio session on May 10th, so please tune in!

Here’s what people have been saying so far:

WORD Magazine: “A terrific LP full of incidental music for soothing the savage breast and making you look forward to summer. If you don’t like this record, well, get over yourself.”

Adam Walton, BBC Wales Music Blog: “Breathtaking in a most unshowy way. Life Stream is as accomplished, thoughtful and lovingly-crafted as any album will hear this year. Essential listening.”

Bethan Elfyn: “Absolute soaring loveliness. A highly anticipated album.”

Gideon Coe, 6Music: “Very, very, very ,very good. A splendid piece of work.”

Marc Riley. 6Music: Absolutely beautiful.”

AbsolutePunk: “Easily one of the best and most beautiful instrumental folk-rock albums that you will probably come across – it’s simply lovely. Whether you check it out because of their name, or because you like the genre, this is an album that you should not miss out on.”

That’s all for now, but we hope to see you at a show at some point in May.

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