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Keston Cobblers’ Club — Wildfire (June 15, 2015)

    Keston Cobblers’ Club — Wildfire (June 15, 2015)  Keston Cobblers’ Club — Wildfire (June 15, 2015)♦   “The band played a combination of classic Keston Cobblers’ Club tracks along with new ones from Wildfire. The album itself is easy to listen to and each song is set apart from and a little different to the next, be it due to a trumpet solo, electronic keys or even the presence of an accordion…”Location: Keston, Bromley, Kent
Album release: June 15, 2015
Record Label: Tricolour Records
Duration:       47:36 
01. Laws      3:51
02. Win Again      3:03
03. Won't Look Back      3:10
04. Contrails      3:57
05. Wildfire      3:52
06. St Tropez      4:26
07. Half Full      5:35
08. Once Had      3:20
09. Longer Than Gone      3:50
10. Of Alarms      3:55
11. Sober      3:29
12. The Mad      5:08
℗ 2015 Keston Cobblers Club
•   Matthew Lowe
•   Tom Sweet
•   Julia Lowe
•   Bethan Ecclestone
•   Harry StasinopoulosProduct Description
♦   On June 15th one of the UK’s best kept secrets, the brilliant pop–folk 5–piece Keston Cobblers Club release their anticipated new album — ‘Wildfire’, out on Tricolour Records/Absolute via Universal.
♦   Triggered by teenage obsessions with British power pop and Glaswegian indie dreamers, the stunning 12–track collection is a sonic journey of sounds, building on the band’s bedrock of urgent anthems, thumped drums, sweet strums and tuba, as seen on 2012’s debut album ‘One, For Words.’ Developing their sound, the band have fused their folk based roots with 90s synth hooks, huge orchestral waves and choral arrangements which they describe as “a blanket of voices.”
♦   “We wouldn’t call it a huge change in direction,” says lead female Julia. “More an evolution. There’s a signature Cobbler’s recipe that we’ll always follow. That’s strong vocal harmonies, powerful drums, and hooky melodies and these are all still here. But the instrumentation has grown, that’s the biggest difference. Anyone that already knows our music will still be able to hear that Cobblers sound.”
♦   Over the last few years, Keston Cobblers Club have been steadily building a name for themselves and winning over an army of loyal fans. Since forming in 2009, they’ve played some of the UK’s biggest festivals, sold out their own headline tours, and been invited to perform live on BBC Radio by the likes of Dermot O’Leary, Steve Lamacq and Bob Harris. They’ve provided the music for advertising campaigns for Burberry and Mornflake, created all the music for stand–up Ross Noble’s ‘Sit Down Tour’ film, and can often be heard on TV shows from ‘Hairy Bikers’ to ‘Countryfile’. Comedian and Radio 4 presenter Arthur Smith even incorporated a Cobblers’ song into his Edinburgh Fringe show.REVIEW
Keston Cobblers Club: Wildfire review — rambunctious folk and joyous pop.
Dave Simpson, Thursday 11 June 2015 22.15 BST;  Score: ***
♦   Named after an 18th–century violinist cobbler who got everybody dancing, the time-served Kent folkies have found a major deal and high–profile champions ranging from DJs to a high–fashion house, who used their music on an advert. Their poppiest album marks what they call an “evolution” from previous, more rootsy efforts. Thus, sibling singers Matt and Julia Lowe have Of Monsters and Men–type shouty harmonies; there’s Mumford–type rambunctious folk and Stornoway’s joyous elemental pop. The big–drummed Contrails finds Julia hooting like an owl, and they’re the latest band to have their photographs taken in a magical–looking forest. If there is a distinctive element, it’s the almost Europop synths and polished pop production. The haunting Sober detours from the default mode of nice and cheery, the darker subject matter suggested in the title. The brass–laden St Tropez and catchy title track both make good stabs at becoming hits, although they may not have enough to stand out in an overcrowded market. ♦   http://www.theguardian.com/
By Eleanor Pettipher, Score: 7.5
♦   http://www.fortitudemagazine.co.uk/music/album-review-keston-cobblers-club-wildfire/25649/
By Carrie Clancy on Thursday, 11th June 2015 at 12:00 pm;  Score: 8.5/10
♦   http://www.theregoesthefear.com/2015/06/album-review-keston-cobblers-club-wildfire.php
Andy Snipper, added: 7 Jun 2015 ; Score: ♦♦♦♦♦
♦   http://www.music-news.com/ShowReview.asp?nReviewID=11097
Website: http://kestoncobblers.club/  //  MySpace:https://myspace.com/keston_cobblers_club
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