Sunday, 19 May 2013

New EP 'The Truth It Hurts' by Heronshaw


5-piece folk-blues-indie ensemble Heronshaw, featuring Old Portmuthians James Gibson, Conor Guille and Tom Seebold, are beginning the summer of 2013 with a bang, performing at a range of London gigs, including Camden's popular Dublin Castle; back in Hampshire, they are appearing at The National Watersports Festival on Hayling Island, and the Victorious Festival in Portsmouth.   

Their influences include Mumford & Sons and Radiohead. Heronshaw's new EP, 'The Truth, It Hurts', is availble on iTunes and Spotify; you can also listen to their 'London Demos 2012' on their website here.

'Open Sea' by Heronshaw (video produced by George Graham, OP)




Also, see and hear the new video 'Pictures' by George Chapman's band This Way Up.

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