Indie trio go clubbing in first show of the new year
Indie rockers These Reigning Days start their gigging year with a show at the Palladium Club in Bideford on Friday, January 11. The Teignmouth band were formed in 2011 by vocalist and guitarist Dan Steer on the demise of his former outfit The Quails. He is joined by Jonny Finnis on bass and vocals and Joe Samsone on drums.
They will be showcasing lush and beefy tracks from their debut album, due out in May, which they have just finished recording with top producer Yoad Nevo (Duran Duran, Pet Shop Boys, Goldfrapp).
The trio kick-started their career supporting Mercury winners Metronomy and have since established themselves as a formidable live act.
Last winter they toured in the Alps and were recently asked to headline the new music stage at Eric's in Liverpool as part of the music festival. Last summer they won slots on the main stage at a number of festivals including Chagstock and Lemonfest. In October they supported Echo and The Bunnymen at a festival in Rome and they already have a number of festivals confirmed for 2013 including Glastonbury. They were also selected to showcase at Musexpo in Los Angeles and as a result they now have singles coming out in Europe and Australia and music placements in feature films, including one starring Terence Stamp, Vanessa Redgrave and Christopher Ecclestone.
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Jim opens the season with his twist on the traditional
The opening artist of the weekly Bodmin Folk Club season 2013 is Devon's own Jim Causley, singer, accordionist and witty, between-song raconteur. Jim's deep, rich voice together with his, strong, melodic accompaniments draw heavily on his Westcountry background and the old local folk songs he grew up with in the village of Whimple. A former member of the folk "boy band" Mawkin Causley, and a distant relative of celebrated Cornish poet Charles Causley, he puts a charming modern spin on the traditional
For more details visit www.bodminfolk.co.uk.