The video for “a song about wolves”.
Release Date: 28th March 2014,
Jenny Said Yes EP Launch: 28 March 2014 @The Courtyard Theatre, Old St, London
Co-Producer/Writer/ Director/ Editor: Lisa Thomson
Co-Producer: Ana Tiquia
Director of Photography: Amy Newstead
Steadycam Operator: Ben Pollard
Make-up Artists: Sara Leyser & Renee Westgarth
Stylist: Victoria Plum
Production Assistant: Rob Ennis
Shot in London, November 2013.
We spent the last two months of 2013 planning and filming a music video for our very first release ‘a song about wolves’ yipeeee. Can’t give too much away but expect haunting wolves, the odd spandex costume and some time travel… We can’t thank everyone enough who has been involved, particularly our amazing talented director Lisa Thomson. Video will be released at the end of February, can’t wait to share it with you guys!! For now, here’s a sneaky peek of one of our chorus shots.
This July we revisited one of our favourite small festivals, Cock and Bull Festival. Joined by Flo the goat, a wealth of amazing acts and the obligatory British weather, we took part in the farmyard olympics, indulged in the homegrown cider and most importantly had the chance to play a really fun set at the packed out Full Circle stage. Scenic Sessions also came back to shoot another video for us backstage (in a barn!!) which will be out soon!
Last night’s gig at camden’s infamous proud galleries has left us salivating. Great bands (us included of course), great sound, great crowd. It’s just the boost we needed before we thrust our next set of London dates upon you all and we can’t wait to be back there.
Thanks for coming and here’s to all our fathers and their fathers before them.
Photo courtesy of Cloud Meranda :)
Our lucky front lady is currently preparing for a short tour of Los Angeles at the end of May, where she will be playing four gigs all packed into one week. Set list is decided, new songs are completed, now just pondering who is the greatest rock band to have come from LA, is it The Monkees, The Doors… IT HAS TO BE THE CHILLI PEPPERS… play that funky music!
What better way to spend a Sunday afternoon than sitting in an outdoor living room, soaking up the rays in Shoreditch and playing an acoustic set of laid back tunes. The beautiful Squatters Den invited us to play at one of their Sunday Sessions alongside up and coming artist Jacko Hooper. We had a blast, can’t wait for the video… and here is an artistic treat from the talented Monica Gomes @smogartist… we love it… spot anyone she missed? :P