The Epstein are from Oxford, England who released their third studio album ‘Burn The Branches’ in 2016. The album was recorded with Richard Neuberg at Strawhouse Studios in Oxford, and produced and mixed by George Shilling (Stornoway/Frank Turner)

Highlights include ‘Finally Forgive’, with its fast paced Texas shuffle and major-key harmony rock is a great intro to the new sonic world in which The Epstein have found themselves. A sonic world that takes in the hard rocking, full throttle approach of acts such as Wilco alongside the lyrical clarity of artists such as Bright Eyes.

The Epstein have spent the past 18 months touring the UK and Europe and appearing at many summer festivals, including Glastonbury, Wychwood, Innocent, Truck, Canterbury and Cornbury Festivals. They have made regular visits to Germany and to Holland, where they recently appeared at the prestigious Rhythm & Blues Festival in Groningen.

The Epstein have played alongside bands that include Stornoway, Danny and The Champions Of The World, The Travelling Band, ViaRosa, These United States, Absentee, Ox, Po Girl and many more.

Tour Dates: 22nd Oct – Cardiff

A quick reminder for The Last Dinosaur's gig + Sam Martin Feb 23rd!

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The Last Dinosaur + Sam Martin

The Last Dinosaur + Sam Martin

February 23, 2018, 7:30pm

Jamie Cameron and Luke Hayden started The Last Dinosaur in 2006 after a bout of severe friendship. Shortly afterwards Rachel Lanskey joined and late night experimenting on a multi-track recorder produced the recordings that would eventually become 2010's Hooray! For Happiness, an album that The Line of Best Fit called "One of the most refreshing, creative and inventive records of the year". Shortly before Hooray! For Happiness was released Jamie began work on follow up The Nothing, a collection of songs about mortality and coming to come to terms with the loss of close friend James MacDonald after a severe car accident that happened during his teenage years. After seven years in the works the album was finally released in the summer of 2017 by Naim Records to critical acclaim. 'An extended meditation on life, death and memory' **** The Independent 'To say this is one of the best albums of 2017 doesn't do it justice' 91% Sound & Silence The Cambridge based band's haunting and evocative songs are reminiscent of Nick Drake, The Leisure Society and Sun Kil Moon. With support from singer/songwriter Sam Martin £9 on the door

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