Live session on The Hello Goodbye Show on Resonance 104.4FM

Thank you very much to Dexter Bentley for having us on his Hello Goodbye show. Here’s the podcast of the show below. We start playing about five and a half minutes in. Advertisements

CHEERS to everyone about the place

We’ve been about the place doing some shows – we brought out a couple of new tunes. As always we’re fully grateful for everyone’s hospitality. We are still working on our album and we’ve got a few more shows coming up before XMAS, mostly in London. Here’s some photos from


Massive cheers to everyone who came & saw us play at Power Lunches, & Southampton this weekend. Hope you enjoyed the parking banter as much as we did. We were particularly fond of sharing the stage with Fickle Twin, Workin’ Man Noise Unit & OHHMS, check them out if you

busy busy busy

We’ve been having an exciting old time in the Rat camp. We’ve been recording bits and bobs for our record, giving the ever-working Brad Hemsell even more to do. This included hiring out a Village Hall, and bringing along one of the TTWD family to bust out some symphonic guitar

Making the world a better place for Cats

We played our first cat-themed gig of 2015, with some nice London cat-themed bands, Cat Videos and Cat Bear Tree. We raised money for a cat charity. And our friend won some Kit-Kats in the raffle. We don’t even like cats. But we do like having an on-stage drinks table.

Thanks South West London!

We had a good start to 2K15 by doing what we love to do, writing more songs and playing a gig with our friends. The Fighting Cocks showing that the rock pub lives on, and that soundguys are sound guys. We’re currently editing a bit of video from the show

We made a record…(almost)!!!

Nearly a year after our debut trip to Basement Studio in Wimborne, we returned, this time joined by Ian Ratskilkin, our fantastic fourth corner. Bradley Hemsell at the controls again, wizardry abounding. This man has a lot of cables. And beautiful microphones. Three long days hiding in the darkest depths

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