• Evering


    Evering is an acoustic duo formed by Scottish singer-songwriters Chris Yendell and Dawn Coulshed with the common goal of creating an original sound within an indie/folk genre. With influences ranging from Led Zeppelin to Elbow, the now London based duo thrive on delivering strong harmonies laid over powerful yet warm tones, which are governed by intertwined piano and guitar.

    Evering have already received coverage from BBC Introducing and XFM in what looks to be a promising year for the band.

    Their website can be found here: www.everingmusic.com

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  • Magic Eight Ball

    Magic Eight Ball

    Formed in 2006, through Magic Cat Records Limited, Magic Eight Ball released their first album "Sorry We're Late But We're Worth The Wait" featuring guest appearences from Jason Bowld (Bullet for My Valentine) and Donnie Vie in 2013 having toured extensively over the years prior to that. Magic Eight Ball then released their second album "Last Of The Old Romantics " in 2014 featuring comedy legend Rik Mayall on the record.Singer Baz Francis also recorded with Donnie Vie on his 2014 live CD/DVD "Goodbye".

    Magic Eight Ball don't appear to have a website but their Facebook page is here: ilovemagiceightball

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  • Citiglow


    Citiglow is a solo artist that brings out an indie/pop vibe to his music. Normally accompanied with a band, Nik started performing locally playing the acoustic circuits in the Cambridge, Norwich, and Ipswich areas. In 2015 he opened for Toploader at Jimmy's Farm and Jack Bruce (bassist from Cream) on the eastern leg of his tour. He was the ongoing support act for Paul Carrack at the Apex as well as larger artists during Abbeyfest in Bury St. Edmunds.

    Citiglow is due to release a debut album at the end of this year. His website is here: www.citiglow.co.uk/

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  • Krabat


    Krabat is one of the frequently touring bands in Sweden's progressive medieval music scene - a folk music culture based on medeival tunes mixed with modern influences. All three members are singerswho use various early and folk instruments including key fiddle, mandola, davul drum and flutes to play pre-existing medeival and folk melodies in new modern-inspired arrangements.

    Krabat have been touring various festivals and events in the Nordic countries for six years and are now in the UK for the first time. Their latest album "Som om inget hade hänt" (As If Nothing Much Had Happened) was released in 2015.

    Their website: krabaterna.weebly.com

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  • The Jar Family

    The Jar Family

    Hartlepool based band, The Jar Family are five individual songwriters and musicians who decided that, rather than strive for success in isolation, they would loin forces to pool their talent and create their "industrial folk" sound.

    The Jar Family have mesmerised, entertained, thrilled and conscripted punters at more than 400 gigs including approximately 75 festival performances. Their fanbase is notoriously loud, thirsty, loyal and very large. This six piece are a superb option for festival crowds all over the UK and Europe as they have the knack of being able to win over a crowd quickly and they are extremely entertaining to watch.

    Imagine, if you can, Steam Punk infused Bob Dylan wrestling The Pogues with Bez in a top-hat. Intrigued?

    To find out more, have a look at their website www.thejarfamily.com

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  • People

    The people

    In between shooting the performers, I filled the time grabbing some shots of the attendees. The festival always draws an enthusiastic crowd of all ages - it's great to see the youngsters enjoying the sort of music you don't get on Radio 1 (Well, not very often, anyway!)

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Note: The bio details for each band are taken from their respective websites/pages as printed in the festival programme and all copyright is acknowledged.