Last month we went on the road with a little-known band by the name of Bastille. We took in the second half of their UK tour and were surprised to discover that so many people had heard of them that they’d sold the whole thing out! This was fantastic for us as we were able to play in bigger venues than usual (including Shepherds Bush Empire and Rock City) and acquire a dozen or so new fans. We’d like to thank Bastille for having us alongside them and wish them all the best as their relentless global takeover continues!
The crowd at Rock City were passionate about triangles.
This counts as art in Cardiff. I’m serious.
In Oxford, some restaurateurs have taken population control into their own hands.
built this bridge in Bristol. His middle name was 'Kingdom', which explains why it’s so immense.
This pub doesn’t mess about.
Otto the two-legged Octopus pulled no punches.
Ian was certain that riding a plastic lion improved the taste of his pint.
I can highly recommend this.
Gigs were a daily occurrence.
Bastille joined us for ‘Choices’ each night which was always a treat.
Stage fright overwhelms Ian at Shepherds Bush.
Ben gets some rest to regain his zest.
You’ll have to ask Ralph what was happening here!
Shepherds Bush Empire were feeling the recession bite into their security budget.
Ralph and Dan play a game of tag live on stage. Honours even.
Keep your eyes here, plenty more to come…