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Birds and Beasts ‘Winter Special’
22 Feb 2020
An alternative pop/folk duo based in West Yorkshire bring there "Winter Special" to Chapel FM
Stuck in a log cabin during a snowstorm in Germany, with only a guitar and a bass, the idea of Birds and Beasts was born. Their album, ‘Entwined’ is about the lives and adventures of animals related to the human experience. They are a big fan of David Attenborough.
Every track on the album has been carefully curated and produced, to create perfect stories through the bands music, mastered at Abbey Road Studios.
This album reflects all series of emotions from triumphs, heartache, betrayal, loss, love, union and friendship through the prism of the animal kingdom.
Birds and Beasts, Leo and Anna Brazil are touring around the U.K. and overseas this year to share their music with you. They are coming to Chapel FM on Saturday 22nd of February to play their album ‘Entwined’ for you with a few new songs.
Special guest is Here’s The Steeple, (Dan Walters.)
Here's The Steeple is the project of the distinctly northern Dan Walters and the friends who kindly lend him their talents. As a soloist, Dan's heartfelt lyrics, soulful voice, and intricate guitar parts have garnered support from BBC 6 Music and BBC Music introducing, as well as a growing following on the Huddersfield and Leeds open mic circuits.
With a wide range of original material from rock to folk, Dan is one Yorkshire's most versatile up and coming musicians.
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