We'll discuss that in more detail later.
This was a new line-up again with bass guitar replacing the harmonium. It was quite odd playing to a room full of people who were trying to enjoy their noodle dinner and I'm not entirely sure that we were welcome in their lives. And I was really hungry all the way through the set.
We decided to gatecrash the Cornish House Gig Day. Gatecrashing something in your own house works right? Luckily the kitchen in question is a fair enough size to fit twenty or so people so after clearing the furniture away and putting up a black-blanket/fairy lights backdrop we set up the instruments and waited for the man with the barrel of ale to arrive. This was an utterly charming gig. The three acts played three songs each on rotation with some chatting, laughing and breaks to play old records and alter the dynamic of the night a bit. It was really lovely playing to familiar faces in a familiar room and being able to chat with the audience in between songs. It was just like doing a gig in someone’s kitchen.