One Day Until Touchdown!

Tomorrow is the grand touch-down event at the London launch at The Round Chapel in Hackney!!! At 7.30pm on Thursday 5th August we will finally launch Estren in real life, and we’ve gone big, both in venue and in music. Get your tickets here!

One of the reasons that we are so keen to get as many people down to the London gig as possible is because we want to show off these amazing guests that have given us their absolute all in making sure this album reaches you – our audience. 

Here is a little sneak peak from our rehearsals this week…

Dominic, James, Elizabeth Nott, Nina Harries, Ruth Corey and Tommie hiding away in a church tower in Hornsey.
TEYR with their beloved stringers – Holly Harman, Nina Harries, Flora Curzon and Amy-Jane Fisher – rehearsing on home turf at the Lamb Beer and Liquor on Holloway Road (our official local and favourite boozer North of the River!)
So you can see why we’re so excited to get this show out to you – loaded with spectacular talent! We’ve been rehearsing all week with these fabulous musicians, plus a few new faces, and are blessed to share this with you all tomorrow.

At this point we’re half way through our re-entry tour; returning into the atmosphere of gigging, rehearsing, and musicking. Being allowed to perform again live has been a real treat, but to be received by such a warm welcome at our gigs in Priston, Paul Church near Penzance and the Cornish Bank in Falmouth has been incredibly moving. We even got hosted at the BBC on Radio 3 on Monday. If there was any chance of us forgetting ourselves, these moments have served as a powerful reminder of why we do what we do.
Rocking our socks of with the fine crew over at In Tune of BBC Radio 3

So the 24 hour countdown begins! We hope you can make it down to Hackney tomorrow night. Address is 1D Glenarm Road, London, E5 0LY, nearest stations Hackney Central and Hackney Downs on the Overground.

We are keeping the upper stalls of the Round Chapel at limited capacity for those who wish to maintain social distancing, so hope all can feel comfortable at the gig regardless of their circumstances. Long live live music!

With love and gratitude as always
J, D & T x

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