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Keston Cobblers Club - One, For Words (2012) Lossless

13-10-2016, 22:14
Folk | Indie | Lo-Fi | FLAC / APE

Title: One, For Words
Year Of Release: 2012
Label: Beatnik Geek Records [BEGE0020]
Genre: Indie Folk, Indie Pop, Lo-Fi
Quality: FLAC (tracks,digital booklet)
Total Time: 39:35
Total Size: 244 mb

The album draws from a list of musical influences: with Matthew and the rest of the band’s classical training and participation in youth orchestras merging with their love of folk, bluegrass and alternative genres - the album boasts a unique sound throughout and was used by Ross Noble as the sole soundtrack to his “Sit Down Tour”, six-episode series, for this reason.

The distinctive sound that makes Keston Cobblers’ Club so unique comes from a desire to create contemporary, catchy music fused with the wholesome grittiness of traditional folk. With a festival count growing by the minute and support from BBC 6 Music's Tom Robinson, Folk Radio UK, John Kennedy XFM, Bob’s Folk Show and praise from a multitude of online reviews, Bromley's Keston Cobblers' Club release their long anticipated debut album 'One, For Words', featuring the stunning new single 'Your Mother'.


1 Maybe We'll Be Heard 3:03
2 Pett Level 2:52
3 For Words 3:54
4 Promenade 1:21
5 Your Mother 3:58
6 Lazy Days 2:59
7 The Heights Of Lola 2:46
8 You-Go 3:48
9 The Curve 2:25
10 Marley 2:38
11 Ah, Jaunt Soon 2:40
12 Dun Dun Dun 3:33
13 The Handless Man 3:31

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