November 27, 2015 in News

Big News!

Hello hello!

It’s been a big week here at Ringlefinch Towers – we’re tremendously excited to welcome two new members to the band, Nicole on violin and William on cajon! Yes, we’re basically working up to becoming an orchestra, one musician at a time…

We had our first rehearsal last night, and BY GUM it was fun! William and Nicole will be joining us at our show on Sunday at The Lamb (https://www.facebook.com/events/436156019925703/), so if you want to be the first to hear the new-look, new-sound Ringlefinch then bring your bones down to Surbiton – we’ll be on around 7pm!

Good times ahoy!

Ringlefinch

October 16, 2015 in News

GIGS IN OCTOBER, NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER!

Happy Autumn fellow Ringlets and Ringolians. We are very pleased to announce that we will be playing at The Magic Garden Pub in Battersea on 22nd October. We have hand selected the line up and are massively excited to be sharing the bill with Lazy Heart Parade, Emily Mae Winters and Suzy Bradley. The entry is free so you get an amazing evening of music and it’ll cost you less than a plastic bag! We’ll be doing this one a little bit differently, come along and find out how…

www.facebook.com/events/957904760947923/

We also have gigs coming up at the Lamb in Surbiton (afternoon of Sunday 29th November) and the Slaughtered Lamb (no relation) in Clerkenwell (evening of Sunday 6th December). If you’re a bit further north, and like planning reeeally far ahead, we’ll also be playing at Watford Folk Club at the Pump House on Friday 6th February. Click on the link for ‘Shows’ just up there for more details. Hope to see at one of these, it’s been too long, eh?

June 3, 2015 in News

Gigs in June and July, and a lovely live video!

Hello folks, long time no see!

We have been hibernating a bit over the last few weeks, but are extremely pleased to announce that we’re playing on Sunday 21st June at Kiss the Sky in Crouch End. We have played there (for Softly Softly promotions) a few times, so are pretty darn psyched to be there again!

Click here for tickets:
www.wegottickets.com/SoftlySoftly

…and here for the Facebook event page:
www.facebook.com/events/934176959958191/

We’re then playing at Paper Dress Vintage with the marvellous Farrago on Thursday 23rd July! This promises to be a truly special show, hope you can make it!
www.facebook.com/events/977155902303974/

But…. to warm your cockles until then, here’s a video of us performing Mass Trespass at the Edinburgh Fringe festival last August!

April 1, 2015 in News, Videos

2015 Xmas Single “It Gets Earlier Every Year” – Out Now!

Hello! We are delighted to announce that our 2015 Christmas single “It Gets Earlier Every Year” is out today! We had such a great time and so much good feedback on our last Christmas single that we want to beat the holiday rush this year, and give ourselves the best possible chance of cracking the Christmas charts this time around!

Check out the video for “It Gets Earlier Every Year” on YouTube here:

And you can download the song itself FOR FREE by clicking on this link! After all, it’s Christmas – and it really does get earlier every year!

Lots of seasonal love,
Ringlefinch

PS – please spread the word, forward this to your friends, and help give us the best possible shot at Christmas number one! Thanks!

January 7, 2015 in News

Looking back, looking forward…

Hello!

Hope that January is treating you kindly? After a fairly epic New Year, we’ve been taking stock of some of the great things that happened in Ringlefinch-land last year, and we’ve come to the conclusion that 2014 was pretty gosh-darned amazing! Highlights included recording our debut EP ‘Mass Trespass’ with the incomparably talented Ben Walker; sharing a stage with Charles Darwin at the Natural History Museum; making our first proper music video for ‘Drink Alone’; eight shows in three days when we blitzed the Edinburgh Festival; our self-produced Christmas single; and most of all, seeing some of the finest musicians and meeting some of the loveliest people in the whole damn world! Yes, this means you.

Having played almost 50 gigs in the last year and a half, we’re gonna take a little break from playing live for a month or two. We’ll use this to work on some new material, to look into touring outside London, and also to allow Andy to recover from a hand injury. We’ll see you in the spring with some new songs!

Much love,
Ringlefinch