Ryan Hamilton and the Harlequin Ghosts are proud to announce the Bottoms Up UK Tour, 9 dates, with very special guests Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers. The two bands join together for what promises to be one of the essential tours of 2018. Starting in Leeds at Brudenell Social Club on Wednesday 10th October, the tour culminates with a show at […]
The EP is a selection of seven songs from the band’s – for want of a better term – ‘fan club’ (Traitors Club)
Copious amounts of beer consumed help the vocal performance of the crowd and ‘Heavy Heart’ is given a unique backing vocal that (cough) works very well!
A very successful support slot to Ginger Wildheart hoovered up fans in the UK during 2016 and that same fan base helped sell out a short heading tour recently as well. A live DVD of the recent London show is to follow shortly.
Watching my audience dissipate and then regrow and I just— we’re really close now but I want to get to a point where I know we have reestablished ourselves and can have a career.
This is a very vulnerable time of year for sufferers of mental health issues, and suicide sees a marked increase over Christmas and New Year. So the help provided by The Samaritans is invaluable, especially over this period.
As you picture a little ‘crotch pot cooking’ we are reminded of what happened in Cambridge. It was a gig so hot that half of the band members and crew fell ill through dehydration and the following show, a second night at the Portland Arms had to be cancelled.
You may think it difficult to smile and sing along to a song about suicide but we do just that with ‘Do You?’ which has one of the most infectious choruses.