The Preservation of Fire – Album no. 3

“Tradition is not the worship of ashes, but the preservation of fire” – Gustav Mahler. And so, “The Preservation of Fire” is the title we’ve chosen for our third album. Available now from all the usual sources!

 

Recorded and mastered in Somerset at Court Farm by Mitchell and Vincent.
All tracks and sets arranged by Mitchell and Vincent.
Copyright 2019 Mitchell and Vincent

Glasto!

 

It’s that time of year again…… I’ve got my wellies out and We’re playing in “Green Futures Field”, We’re on at Toad Hall and also The Small World Stage – Listen out for us on Worthy FM Festival Radio on the Wednesday! Excited!!

TOAD HALL:  Weds 26th June 5:15pm – 6pm

SMALL WORLD STAGE:  Thurs 27th June 1:15pm – 2:15pm

T’was in a Royal Tunbridge Wells Car Park!

We had some time to kill before the last gig of our East of England tour, we thought we’d find somewhere scenic in Royal Tunbridge Wells and do a quick video. Not sure why….. but here’s a video from the station car park. It was actually rather fun to do (couple of out takes on the end) and the parking warden seemed quite bemused by it all!

As I Roved Out

Delighted to release our second “proper” video. I’ve loved this song from the first time I heard it, so it was an absolute joy to have the wonderful Caraway Music make a video of us playing in the crypt of St John on the Wall in Bristol. Thanks guys!

Cake. Mmmmm.

27th January 2019 – Today’s concert at Music On The Levels is one I’ve been looking forward to!

Not only does the church have the most stunning acoustics, but they have had the most wonderful cake the last couple of times we played there. What’s not to like.

 Music on the levels  St. Mary’s Church, Westonzoyland 15:30-17:30 Google Maps

TOO LATE, you missed it… What a fun concert, full house, and the cake was great  – So thanks to the organisers and to whosoever made that apple cake and the rather splendid Victoria sponge……

 

Cold, wet & windy!

A fun weekend of gigs at “Dunster by candlelight”.

The weather was a slight issue as t’was very cold, wet & windy! Wisely Mitchell and Vincent had managed to procure some indoor performance space for most of our 30 minute slots, but things took a slightly unexpected turn in the makeshift performance area opposite “The Stag’s Head Inn” in West Street. Despite one of the evening’s torrential downpours being under way, a few brave souls had stopped to listen. Stopping is something we also had to do when I spotted my violin case starting to float along in the newly formed stream passing though the back of the (otherwise weather tight) gazebo.

Still a great couple of evenings and hope to be back next year!