These guys deliver the very best of Folk. Go on a journey with them and get lost in their world trhough their story-telling style lyrics. You won’t be able to resist moving your feet…maybe have that ale first!
Simply amazing track from the very talented British composer. Regardless of your musical disposition, it is impossible not to appreciate the talent showcased in this brilliant track. Perfect for some thoughtful relaxation.
McCool’s smooth yet hunting voice is the perfect sound to chill out to on a cold autumnal night with a large glass of expensive red. Her voice is enough to transpire you into the depths of relaxation where you can drift upon her floaty and lose yourself in the seamlessly smooth production of the track.
Review: The dark-pop tones of this album leave you in need of a warming up. Brentnall’s beautifully chilling voice teamed with the minimalistic electro vibes of this album transport you to the abstract world of Shield Patterns. Eerie, yet infectious.
Check out Shield Patterns’ debut album and catch them on tour this November.
Follow up single, Codeine, to be released October 1st
Booze? Real Ales
Review: This post apocalyptic sound is met with a crazy guitar riff and an astronomical onslaught of symbol mayhem. Loving this track and if you are wondering what its all about, we have a theory. The Slang term ‘Spider’ can be used to describe who persistently harasses a woman in a public place or a bar. The narrative of this anthem therefore could be that a woman is listening to this man harrassing her but refuses to show affection for his hurried advances. Also we like the tenuous link to public houses.
Tom Reynolds – Guitars / Vocals
James R Willans – Bass
Wayne Summers – Drums