we’ve had a year to forget but there’s definitely some great stuff. from all the gigs and livestreams we’ve put on, to all the features we started doing for local music, it’s been a good laugh. look at all of the releases we put out!
we had even more plans, but we’re saving those for another day. grab a beer and relax (and listen to these lovely pieces of music we put out from michael webster and Adam Carpenter Music – we’re super proud of em)
we’ve just put up a little teaser of Adam Carpenter Music‘s set from our last Fresh Batch livestream! ✊
this song is called ‘The First Day of Spring’ and it’s one of our favourites – such a great tune 🙂 we had a lovely livestream with Adam, definitely worth checking out!
you can find the full stream over on Adam’s page, and this song is from the new album ‘We Lived For Nights Like These‘ (released through the label!! it’ll be all available on Spotify from tomorrow!) – you can find it over on Bandcamp at www.adamcarpenter.bandcamp.com where all the proceeds from the album will go to The Trussell Trust – over £130 has already been raised ❤️
straight from the release of the brand new album ‘We Live For Nights Like These’, Adam will be performing some of these songs along with some old classics including those we released on the album ‘Tidal Wave’ (over 2 years ago!!) and the EP ‘Obliterate/Ugly’
you can find Adam’s full discography over on Bandcamp at www.adamcarpenter.bandcamp.com – go and check it out! all proceeds from the new album go to The Tressell Trust and over £100 has already been raised
make sure you tune in from 8pm tonight to catch Adam’s set, definitely not one to be missed! gonna be a fantastic night of music
we’re super proud of both of these releases! some of Adam’s best songs are on this album, and michael has gone so far to cover some fantastic local musicians such as Olivia Browse Harrison Rimmer Tay Temple and one of Adam’s songs from the 2018 album ‘Tidal Wave’!
today 100% of proceeds will go to the artist on Bandcamp so why not check them out while you can make the most of supporting artists?