When we rocked up at The Green Man, Hatton Cross and saw it was pretty much like a Harvester or Wetherspoons, we were a tad worried our unique brand of grunge-synth goodness would go down like the proverbial cold cup of sick. 5 amps and a full drumkit on the stage (read: in front of the fireplace alongside the diners) were going to blow the roof off.
However, to misquote Forrest Gump, momma always said you shouldn’t judge a book/watering hole by it’s cover/quiet ambience and this proved very true: the gig went down rather well and afterwards we treated the assembled crowd to acoustic renditions of Say You’ll Be There and Coffee & TV (with Rory on the salt and pepper shakers and Moa on spoons).
Even our film director James proved that his musical prowess wasn’t just limited to tour bus singalongs and hit us with a little uh-uh in the form of Nelly’s Hot in Herre… video to follow.
EDIT: Shout out to the fabulous Chloe and her mum, two of the best fans a band could wish for who by now will be back in (sunny?) Canada!