“Thick electric blues, mixed with the picking of a self-made cigar box guitar, among other rustically stringed instruments, lend Durham’s blend of roadhouse rock and front porch folk a gnarly texture that isn’t easily brushed off once it’s forced upon you. When Durham’s popping strings and pounding beats, even a larger festival stage can feel entirely too tiny to hold him in.” – Paste Magazine
“The song tells the story of a perfect tragedy that reflects modern love within our society. We are so distracted and focused on what’s next, we can fail to see what is actually in front of us. We don’t realise how much we need something until it’s taken away from us.”
Andrew Combs will be returning to the UK this January for a string of live dates as part of his 2019 European tour. The news arrives as Combs unveils his first album is to be re-released digitally
Never ones to stand still, fast-rising UK indie quartet Marsicans have announced their own UK tour dates for, straight off the back of a nationwide tour with Fickle Friends.
At the Edinburgh Fringe 2017, Simon Evans presented his show Genius to near universal acclaim. A full throttle attack on the evident decline of intelligence in public life – offset by bitter sweet reflections on his own waning powers