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Keston Cobblers’ Club are without doubt one of the most inventive and creative bands on the folk scene. Their sonic palette is part of the key, the rich fusion of brass, ukulele, guitar, accordion, percussion and all manner of instruments is another, but that’s not all. They layer all of these sounds together with the purest harmonies whilst keeping a playful air that just sparkles and entices you in.
Their recent album, ‘One, For Words’, demonstrates this amply. Whether it’s the subtle banjo rythmn you get hooked onto in the background of ‘Pett Level’ or the opening brass on ‘Maybe You’ll Be Heard‘ which conjures up a colliery band from the north, their arrangements are so damn clever you just have to admire their creativity. The album is theatrical in its approach, each song unravelling like a storyboard with plaintive harmonic openings to brass eruptions and more hooks than you can imagine. Imagination runs riot, you never quite know what’s coming next. If you want music to lift your spirits then look no further.
You can see why they have become such a popular live band…they’re a living tonic!
"Keston Cobblers Club, what a great discovery" - Bob Harris, Radio 2