Dean’s Blog — #1

Hey guys, Dean here.

I thought I’d write some blogs for the website, as I feel we don’t use it enough. It’s a good thing having this website, it makes us look professional and stuff. I can’t promise how regular they’ll be, but I’ll try to write as often as I can.

So since November 27th, we’ve released two home recorded EPs and played three live shows, with our fourth one coming at the end of this month with our friends in Lorin Jane Forster. Things are going really well with the band so far, a lot better than I expected actually. Everyone seems to be pulling in the same direction and our stand in bassist Matt Ladbrooke is doing a good job while Andy’s away.

My favourite show so far has to be the one at T.Chances in Tottenham, run by our friend Andy Cavendish. I’ve known Mr Cavendish for a little over a year and he’s the most genuine promoter I’ve performed for. He’s always given any band I’ve been in an opportunity to perform for him, and he’s got a good thing going with the T.Chances venue. If any of my musician friends get approached by him to perform there, do it.

At the moment, my songwriting is going through a prolific patch, with several new ideas already down for our next release, whatever that may be. Chris has contributed to the writing phase as well, both lyrically and musically. What we have down so far sounds really good (we would say that!). At the moment, we’re concentrating on getting the two already released EPs more locally known about, but we do have plans to release something special at some point in the near future.

That’s it for now, hopefully I’ll see some of you at a show soon. Come and say “hi” to me!

Dean.

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