Due to an unfortunate double-booking error, it is with great sadness that we have found ourselves unable to perform at Northern Kin 2022 as planned. Having proven itself to be an extremely popular and fast-growing festival, the band were looking forward to performing there. So it is with massive thanks to Northern Kin that – despite being the ones who were originally confirmed as having the booking – they very graciously agreed to step aside next year and move the band’s date to 2023. This date has now been placed in the diary and the band will DEFINITELY be appearing in 2023! In the meantime, we encourage you to check out Northern Kin for 2022 and take advantage of a fabulous line-up and a family-friendly festival!
It’s been a while but I’m sensing a kind of reawakening. The phone is ringing, emails are coming in and people are talking, albeit tentatively about live shows starting in October. We have some months to go, and possibly some unforeseen rocky roads, but I think that working towards that goal feels right.
We are happy to be able to offer the following giclée print by Pete Marsh. Pete, as many of you know, has been a familiar face at recent AshCon events where he has displayed his skills for all to see. You now have the opportunity to own one of these limited edition prints, all signed by Andy.
Apologies for the delay in updating you all. So here goes. This won’t be a warm and fuzzy post unfortunately. We’re living in strange times. I’ve been holding off from writing this blog for as long as possible, but now it’s fully apparent that the autumn/fall tour dates will not happen as planned in the UK and USA.
I recently sat down (virtually) with Peter Pardo of the progressive rock website Sea Of Tranquility. We had a great chat about the new album Coat of Arms, present and past band members, recording – among other topics.