Harry & The Gondolas

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A three-piece alternative folk band bringing a selection of raw, foot-stomping songs infused with dynamic harmonies and bubbly bass lines. The trio are beginning to gain the attention of the UK folk scene, developing a strong following at notable headline and support shows, appearing on significant festival lineups and recently conducting European and Australian tours. After a highly successful release of their debut single 'No Country For Old Men', Harry & The Gondolas are establishing themselves as a driven, creative and versatile new folk outfit. Their upcoming EP is just the start of a very busy year for the band...

"With influences such as Mumford and Sons, Bears Den and Ben Howard, it is clear why Harry and the Gondolas are the perfect accompaniment to go with that cold cider you’re craving. Their chilled nu-folk, acoustic sound and Gould’s deep resonating vocals carry the crowd toe tapping and hand clapping through fast-paced Irish-folk to mellow ballads." - Bristol Live Magazine

"Their captivating strain of alternative folk found an enjoyable middle ground between tender, sparse acoustics and a fuller, Mumfordian, foot-stomping sound" - On the Beat

Daisy Chute

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Daisy Chute is a singer, songwriter, orchestrator and arranger. As a multi-instrumentalist (guitar, piano, ukulele, banjo) she performs her own material solo and with various bands; a founding member of platinum-selling vocal quartet All Angels, Daisy is now lead singer of the newly-formed three and me. She has toured internationally singing across Europe, America and the Middle East and went to the Far East and Russia with the RSC and National Theatre of Scotland as an actor/musician. She writes and sings folk songs inspired by her Scottish and American roots, and has received awards from renowned songwriting competitions including Nashville's Songdoor, BBC Young Composer, Burnsong and UK Songwriting Festival. In collaboration with writer and producer Tim Baxter, Daisy is recording an album of original songs drawing influences from Americana, Jazz and Celtic Folk music, and even a nod to the bossa nova traditions of South America with the first release from the album I Left My Heart in Rio, a tribute to the Rio 2016 Olympics.