After the 28th November show selling out at Brighton’s Latest Bar we have added another date there due to popular demand on Monday 8th December. Please hurry to book tickets here as they’re selling out fast.
Songs from the Shed is pretty special. Based near Clevedon just outside Bristol this project has reached international levels of fame and is revered by the likes of Bob Harris and Cambridge Folk Festival. A guy, a camera and a very special shed. We were there for our second visit in June and here are the results.
Many thanks to everyone who came out to support us on our short but sweet tour of the UK, we had a fabulous time and it was a great success and see you again next time we’re in your area.
This is mid rehearsal somewhere on the M4
Here is a link to the date we have in Chichester that was originally missed from our tour info, our humble apologies :
We kick off on a tour of eight dates to coincide with the release of the Morning Key album starting at the Southwell Folk Festival, Nottinghamshire on 6th & 7th June. Other dates include Oxfordshire, Reading, Birmingham, Leicester, Lancashire, Swansea and Dorset. Check our Tour Dates page for details.
The Video of These Streets released this week is now available to view on Youtube, taken from our forthcoming album The Morning Key released on May 26th the video features a multitude of kids and teenagers, some of which we made ourselves… but not together..!
We are so EXCITED that our second album, “The Morning Key”, will be launched on 26th May with a special launch party on 23rd May at the beautiful All Saints Centre in Lewes! Please click here to get yours and avoid missing out! From 1st April advance tickets can be optained online or from Union Music Store in Lewes.
We’re delighted that the launch bash will be hosted by Stevie and Jamie Freeman of Union Music Store and will include support and folk/roots DJs. It will be a wonderful night and we’d really love to see you there!
Any press folk out there please do get in touch with the redoubtable Del Day at Ark PR.
Hatful of Rain are a Bluegrass/Old time influenced British folk/roots band based in East Sussex. Playing original material, Hatful of Rain strive to combine powerful song-writing with musical virtuosity whilst retaining a strong traditional feel. The Hatfuls make full use of the “single microphone” approach to performing which creates an engaging visual spectacle whilst underlining the warmth and communal style of the music played.
In January 2012, Hatful of Rain signed up with Union Music Store record company to release “Way Up On The Hill” as the first full length CD. The album was released on 30th May 2012 to rave reviews!
“Way Up On The Hill” – released on 30th May on Union Music Store
“Hauntingly beautiful… I love it” – Bob Harris
“They are very, very good indeed” – Mike Harding