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Acton Scott this pm near a Roadman's Hut

This afternoon’s venue is the wonderful Roadman’s hut at Acton Scott Museum - we’ll be there serenading the shire horses between 1pm and 3pm 🐴

Would be great to see you 🙌

Roadman's Hut Whalebone Acton Scott

The Colour of the Sky ***NEW TUNE*** to pre-save

 

Over the years we've written a lot of tunes, and we mean a lot. Some we have released on albums, some have been played live but never recorded, and there are some that have never quite fitted into either gig or CD tunelists for one reason or another and haven't made it out of the rehearsal studio. However, the rise in digital streaming has given us the opportunity to release some of these previously unheard compositions in a digital-only format, and the first of these is a laid back, rather thoughtful guitar duet called 'The Colour of the Sky'.

It's release date is the 7th of June, and for the time being, it will only be available digitally via streaming and downloads. If you're a Spotify user you can pre-save the tune now and have it automatically sent to your listening device of choice on the release date. As a bonus, you can get to listen to the track before release once you have pre-saved it, via this link or click the cover art picture above...

The artwork is based on a photo taken from our friends John and Karen's garden, looking over to the Brown Clee in Shropshire.

Happy Bank Holiday!

Relaxing by a fire pit after playing a lovely house concert next to a barley field - hope you’re enjoying your bank holiday whatever you’re up to👌

Whalebone House Concert May 2019

Recording for Totally Plucked

Started recording again this week 👀
Working on the first tracks for a Totally Plucked album :)

Starting to record Totally Plucked album

Whalebone at Linton Village Hall, mugs, beer and a Yew Tree

Whalebone at Linton Village Hall 2019
Wonderful concert on Saturday night at Linton Village Hall, who had their own branded mugs and beer! Huge thanks to the organisers and everyone who came along!
 
We had time to look around the village after the soundcheck and discovered Linton has one of the oldest Yew trees in the country :)
Whalebone at Linton Village Hall 2019

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