Thank you so much for all the kind words and support for the album.
I've loved sharing these songs with you and I’ve really been looking forward to playing these songs live.
But finances are so tight at the moment, and for most of us it’s not easy to get out and see artists. And it got me thinking… Why should I ask you to come and see me? What if I could bring the songs to you?
So that’s what I’m going to do.
In July and August I'd love to play house shows in the UK for you and your friends.
To request a show simply send me message through the contact form on my website
How it works
1. Send me a message and let me know where you live and when you’d like us to come.
2. We’ll be in touch to work out the details and confirm the date.
3. Once it’s confirmed, invite all your friends and settle in for some good music, singing and stories.
Is there a charge for this?
No, we wont charge to perform at your house, but we will accept donations on the night. We'll also bring along some very new and exciting merch which you’re welcome to purchase if you’d like to.
Will the event be open to the public?
No, who comes is down to you. Though we would ask you to invite as many people as you can to make it extra special.
Where will you travel to?
We'll try our best to come wherever we’re invited. Obviously, there are limitations, we'll need to work out a route and dates that are feasible, so I'd ask that you be gracious with us as we try and work out the logistics - I know you will be!
Unfortunately we'll only be able to do UK shows at the moment. But if you’re based somewhere else and would be open to hosting a house show I’d love to hear from you.
How many people will perform
There will be at least three of us who come to your house. We’ll bring everything we need for the show, but we’ll rely on you to bring friends and the good vibes.
Is this a slightly crazy idea?
Maybe, but you only live once. And I really don’t want money to be the thing that stops people coming together to share stories and make art. So let’s do it. Who knows, maybe it’ll be a night we’ll never forget?