Some Duckworth Lewis action.. and some dates for your diaries…

Hello folks,

I’ve found a few little gems on t’internet which I thought you might like to take a little look at. I had a busy couple of weeks with The Duckworth Lewis Method on the UK release of their eponymous album. We played a few little giglets including the album launch at The Oval (!), an in-store show at Rough Trade East and then a big spot at the Latitude Festival on the 17th.

Now then, as a little treat for those of you that missed the band live, here is a little playlist I put together from Automorph’s videos on YouTube. He seems to have filmed the whole set! Enjoy..

There are also a bunch of great photos from the three shows up on Flickr and facebook. Here’a a couple of favourites (ie; the ones where you can actually see me!)…

The Duckworth Lewis Method will next be performing at the Electric Picnic on 4th September in Ireland. So better go forth and book your tickets now…

For those of you that read the last blog post, I have a date for your diaries: I will be performing wth the Kate Eden trio at The Bull’s Head in Barnes on Friday 18th September. The trio will also feature Alex Hutton on piano and promises to be a fantastic night. This is the same lineup that played five sold-out nights at The Blue Note in Jersey and will be the first London show for the trio. You can have a listen to some of the tracks we recorded earlier this year on Last.fm. Don’t miss this one..

One Response to “Some Duckworth Lewis action.. and some dates for your diaries…”

  • New Pugwash Album Out Now!! | Simon Little Says:

    […] If you’re not familiar with Pugwash, they are most probably the best band you’ve never heard of. This is their fifth studio album to date, following up their Giddy compilation which came out last year here in the UK. I can also heartily recommend all of their back catalogue; especially 2005′s Jollity and 2008′s Eleven Modern Antiquities. They are purveyors of the finest classic pop you’re likely to find these days; heavily influenced by ELO, The Beach Boys and The Beatles their sound is full of lush harmonies, chiming guitars and some of the most catchy choruses imaginable. Pugwash is fronted by the awesome Thomas Walshe and featuring Tosh Flood on guitar, both from The Duckworth Lewis Method. […]

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