An intimate production that has a vulnerable style that could be found endearing by a large audience. The video portion features members of the Keston Cobblers Club spread around the world playing their parts. Lyrically the song is a laid back love song that confesses a profound level of love for the subject of the songwriters piece. This reminds me of indie acts like; The Shins, softer Modest Mouse tracks, Bon Iver, and Sufjan Stevens. If you find any of those artists adorable works to be of your taste then this is definitely something you’re going to want to check out.
This song reminds me of falling in love. Check it out above then go to the bands site and check them out in a city near you in April.
The Cobblers are on tour this April: http://www.kestoncobblers.club/live
(FROM THE ARTIST; Many thanks to, Jenny Ball, Sophie Clout, Johnny Abraham, Daniel Trenholme, James Poole, Conor Doen and Ralph Pelleymounter for getting involved! And Joe Amos for editing.)
Keston Cobblers Club, formed of brother and sister duo Matthew and Julia Lowe with school friends Tom Sweet and Harry Stasinopoulos continue to emanate their hook-laden melodies and rousing arrangements that have already won them an army of loyal fans. With intricate instrumentation and honest, accessible lyrics, they ensure an immediate familiarity with audiences far and wide.
Over the last few years, Keston Cobblers Club have been steadily building a name for themselves. Their debut album ‘One, For Words’ came in 2012, quietly released, independently, as a digital download followed by two EPs, ‘A Scene of Plenty’ and 2014’s ‘A Pocket Guide to Escaping’. Then in 2015 came ‘Wildfire’ the album which won them huge praise everywhere from BBC Legends such as Steve Lamacq and Bob Harris, MOJO Magazine, The Guardian, The Independent and The Financial Times to Songlines, fRoots and Clash, with their last album, ‘Almost Home’, further increasing their following, with great industry praise and a supporting European headline tour.
Their live shows are displays of genuine warmth and dazzling musicianship, honed over years of playing some of the UK’s biggest festivals, including Glastonbury, Bestival, Cambridge Folk Festival, Wilderness and Green Man; they even run their own festival – Camp Wildfire. They’ve been playlisted by 6Music and Amazing Radio; and been invited to perform live on BBC Radio by the likes of Dermot O’Leary, Steve Lamacq, Edith Bowman, Gaby Roslin and Bob Harris as well as a Maida Vale session for BBC Radio 6.