With only a week to go until the release of their new album, The Ghost In Our House and other stories...., the band have released a video to accompany The Baker's Daughter, one of the tracks from the new CD.
Showcasing the folkier and light-hearted sides of the band, the song tells the story of an idle young man who wishes to win the heart of a hard working young woman.
The video was shot at Bunbury Mill in Cheshire, a working watermill that dates back to the 19th Century, with origins as far back as 1089.
The Ghost In Our House and other stories... is released on Mrs Casey Records on Monday, March 30th and is available from all good online retailers and record emporia of taste and discernment.
Following the release of the album, the band will be heading out on tour, starting with a prestigious gig at London's O2 Shepherds Bush Empire, as special guests of perennial folk-punk favourites, The Men They Couldn't Hang. The band then play the following gigs in their own right:
Widnes, The Studio - Friday 24th April (PAPYRUS Benefit)
Manchester, The Ruby Lounge - Saturday 2nd April
Keighley, The Exchange - Friday Ist May
Newcastle-Under-Lyme, The Freebird - Saturday 2nd May
London, The Miller - Thursday 7th May
Chasetown, Cottage Of Content - Friday 8th May
Wigan, The Old Courts - Saturday 9th May
Barnsley Rock And Blues - Sunday 10th May
Glossop, The Globe – Thursday 14th May (Acoustic show)
Ulverston, Ulverston Sports Club. Friday 15 May (Acoustic show)