THIS IS THE KIT – ” ‘Breathe All The Way In’ – a biographical portrait

Posted: September 7, 2015 in MUSIC
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Mark Richardson is a documentary filmmaker based in the city of Hull in the UK.

Alternative folk-rock band This Is The Kit stopped by the legendary New Adelphi Club in Hull – a venue that has seen the likes of Radiohead, Pulp, and Oasis grace its stage over the last 30 years . Titled Breathe All The Way In and directed by Mark Richardson, the documentary sees Kate Stables tell us about the origin of the band’s name and her influences.

This Is The Kit performed at Larmer Tree Gardens this last weekend with the faithful raising themselves from their slumbers, the wonderful folkies Kate Stables and Rozi Plain of This Is The Kit Plain, on banjo, was aided by her This Is The Kit pal Kate Stables who began with one of her own songs from new album “Bashed Out” before Plain gave the small audience a couple of tunes of her own.

This was an un-mic’d performance,which only added to the intimate feel.

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