Exclusive first play on BBC Radio 6 Music

'Lost in translation', the opening track on the new album was given its first airings on BBC 6 Music by the exceedingly great Tom Robinson last week. Broadcast on his primetime show on Saturday and also as part of the BBC Mixtape which you can hear right here

New song, new album, new tour dates

We’ve finished the new album and will have a release date soon, in the meantime here’s the track Beirut taken from it.

For the new dates fly across to here and we’ll hopefully see you there.

Ashbury Mandolin endorsement

Thrilled to be playing and endorsing Ashbury mandolins from this day hence. Stunning sound on our new Styl.S which we are already touring with, the biggest of thanks to Adam & all at Ashbury.

Pic taken live at Bridport Arts Centre supporting Show of hands.

Go check Ashbury our on facebook here

On stage at Beautiful Days Festival and on TV looking confused

Beautiful Days Festival

Just confirmed that the boys will be making their first appearance at Beautiful Days Festival. It’s on Friday 15th August, 4pm at The Bimble Inn.image

Feature Documentary Film

We’ve been filming in Sidmouth today - ¬†two songs and interviews for A small quiet English town¬†feature documentary film. Unsure at this stage as to whether being ourselves counts as making our acting debut.image

Sidmouth Folk Festival

Sellout crowd, incredible venue, brilliant audience, bananas and plums in our dressing room; Sidmouth Folk Festival we bow down to you.




BBC WWW1 Project

We’ve been asked to write some music for the BBC World War I at Home events taking place in August by the BBC Introducing/Radio Devon. The compositions have a strong link to events in Devon during the War. An interview leading up to a live performance on 14th August will be available soon.

Click here for more info on the events


Final mixing of the debut album

has begun, in association with the incredible James gourmet coffee. Currently enjoying the blackcurrent summer pudding exploding from their Kenyan Kiri AA beans.


Glastonbury Festival 2014

With special thanks to Avalon Cafe, Bimble inn, Small World Stage and all those who turned out to see Joseph O’Tweefe in shorts. Amazing Glastonbury.