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Traverse Sessions: The Sunshine Delay + The Deadly Winters + Lost In Audio
The Sunshine Delay spring from the rain-soaked shores of the Water of Leith Delta. Playing a musical mix of power pop and rootsy-country, they create a guitar driven sound with countrified harmonies, recently reviewed by one eager critic as 'The Eagles fronted by Debbie Harry singing country'.
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The Deadly Winters are a 5 piece band based in Edinburgh who have been honing their stirring alt-folk sound over a series of rapturously-received Albums and EPs.
The Deadly Winters have a spine tingling emotive sound that blends flavours of folk, alternative rock and Americana. The well-constructed melodies and stories allow each song and performance to relate to and involve the listener and audience.
Table In The Corner EP Out Now
"sunny, good-time vibes, immediately catchy hooks and a chorus to holler." fRoots Magazine
"The title track may be about a table but you'll be using it for dancing on." The Daily Record
"a serious prospect for both daytime radio and mainstream festivals." Scotland On Sunday
"a fine songwriter in Christopher Blair. We should hear more of them." Folking.com
"an undeniably appealing and really very catchy folk-rock record." Rave Child
"Full of emotion showing the band's range of talent." Scottish Fiction
BBC Radio One, Radio Scotland (Roddy Hart, Tom Morton and Iain Anderson’s shows), Mike Harding’s Folk Show and pioneering Scottish DJ Jim Gellatly are all champions of the band having play-listed and reviewed previous releases. The Ters’ have raised people’s awareness and expectations of how Folk-Music continues to advance with the times.
The band enjoy their time on stage and they look to bring everyone along on the journey with them. They have shared stages with lauded Scottish singer/songwriter Dougie Maclean and The Staves and have appeared at Celtic Connections, Perthshire Amber (Dougie MacLean Festival), Bannockburn Live 2014, Edinburgh’s St Andrew’s Day 2013 and numerous times at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
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