Da na, da na, na. Da na, da na, na. That’s the opening bass line to our new song. We are really excited about it. Jules visualized this when he was on the way home from the delicatessen where he buys delicious pitted olives and Serrano ham at the shops. He says that it can happen like that. Just going about his normal life. Taking in the street scene. Watching the younger kids hanging out and talking street slang. Then suddenly he has it. A wave of emotion just flows through
Went out last night with the guys to hang out with some other bands. As usual, there were about 10 other bands all there, sat round tables in fours. The atmosphere was pretty quiet as usual. As we came in, they all nodded from behind pints acknowledging our gravity. The bar staff were all in a band obviously as well, as you might expect. The problem arose when these other guys came in who were not really in a band but quite liked some of the bands in there. It was really heav
Summer is really coming when the band plan the summer holiday. We usually just cruise down to one of the Gites that our fans lend us in July or August. Probably have lots of parties to attend and functions to be at they have said. We will laugh all the way down there in the van. I will sing and Jules usually just hums his bass lines while the others listen in silence for inspiration. It is at these times you feel so close that you become one. We will probably have to play a g
I have been trying to get hold of our record label regarding sales of our album Lossleader, (which is officially in the top 50,000 albums ever made of all time). I received a letter today saying we owe them £52 pounds for ongoing storage fees for the remaining CDs. Obviously a mistake, but I need to be on top of the admin. Rule 1 - feel the music. Rule 2 - do the admin!