BOAT TO ROW – ” Live Session Moseley Folk 2020 “

Posted: September 20, 2020 in MUSIC
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Birmingham folk rock band “Boat To Row are known for delivering an intricate set woven with strings and vocal harmonies, layered with an ever-expanding collection of instruments. They combine a genuine ease in each other’s musical company with an energetic, skilfully crafted sound. We thought we’d give you an update on what we’ve been up to and invite you to celebrate our second album ‘Rivers That Flow In Circles’ first birthday this weekend.

We’ve been working on some new music, we finished a recording session days before lock down in March and since then we’ve been exchanging demos via email. We can’t wait to be able to properly get together and work on these new ideas but it’s been something to keep us sane during the long weeks at home. ‘Rivers That Flow In Circles’ turns one this weekend. With all that’s happened in 2020 we’ve not been able to get put playing live as we’d hoped but we’re still very proud of what we created and we hope you’re enjoying listening to it. 

Our pre-recorded live session that was programmed at Moseley Folk and Arts Festival 2020. All tracks are taken from our latest album release, Rivers That Flow In Circles. We joined Moseley Folk and Arts Festival for their virtual festival earlier this month and recorded this four song set. It was our first time together in 6 months, let along playing together and it felt like a great release to play. Hopefully we’ll have the chance again soon. Moseley Folk are running a crowd funding campaign to help keep the festival running following this year’s cancellation.

TRACK LIST: Moth to the Light Fairest Flaws Spanish Moss On Your Own

Released on 20th September 2019 on Static Caravan Recordings.

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