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Emma, Goddess of Bass. (Photo Georgie d'Albiac Brewin.)
Jonny, all smiles. (Photo Georgie d'Albiac Brewin.)
Lance gets to spend most of the time locked away behind sound panels! (Photo Georgie d'Albiac Brewin.)
Laughing between takes. Or maybe during a take... (Photo Georgie d'Albiac Brewin.)
Emma, deep in thought. (Photo Georgie d'Albiac Brewin.)
We recorded a session for Under The Apple Tree and got to spend a lovely afternoon with this legend of broadcasting.
We've played a few gigs as Angaleena's live band here in the UK. She's an incredible songwriter and we love being her Brit band!
When we arrived at the back stage area we honestly assumed wed been sent to the wrong entrance, 'surely we're not on the main stage?!' Quite a gig, I can tell you.
I did a lovely show with my co-writer Amy Tudor in her home town where she teaches. Was great to sing some songs together, not something we often get to do.
This former Wailin' Jenny is a wonderful human being and a great musician. She's often joined us on stage when we've opened for her, to sing a number called 'This machine' which we wrote together.
Mark is a great mate (and helped produce the second album). I'd just produced a track of his when we shared the bill at a local festival. I love how he's joining in by flicking V's at us!
We've been lucky enough to open for The Beat a bunch of times now. It's quite something to be told by a hero that he likes your band!
Mark Chadwick invited us to play The Leveller's fantastic festival, and here we are at the Bimble Inn.