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SCHTUMM…. is at the The Queens Head, High St, Box SN13 8NH

Doors 8.00pm : stage 8.45pm

Circe’s Diner

Dedicated to self-penned, honest, rootsy tunes, the music from the Diner touches base with Country, Americana, Folk and Pop traditions yet the presentation and lyrical content comments on modern life through wondrous tales of love, loss, friendship and tigers! You can find out more about them right here…

Circe’s Diner’s tracks have been taken to live radio performances, airplay with BBC Introducing, live video favourites with Balcony TV and Sofar Sounds, film sync (High Tide. 2015) and performances across the UK and Europe including Glastonbury Festival and performing to the Great British Bakeoff’s family in the final.

With their sound constantly developing, whilst maintaining a humanity often lost in contemporary music, Circe’s Diner have an impressive catalogue of original material that has now touched the hearts of many. Blending catchy hooks, infections melodies and dreamy harmonies these acoustic alchemists will take you on most intoxicating journey that will leave you feeling thoroughly charmed!

The Duckworths

Pop from a parallel dimension – the one where all the dark matter went – great melodies and sardonic asides from that Hitchcock of the chewed biro, Mr Lawrie Duckworth, and one of the most adept set of musicians in the west. Quality written through the middle like Brighton rock.
Lawrie Duckworth has made a great name for himself with his band and as a solo performer. His songs have a great balance of heartfelt beauty and bleak humour. If Bill
Hicks wrote songs then they might sound like this…

“Lovely contradiction of sing-a-long songs and inventive instrumentation”
The Guardian

“Unique and very memorable”

“It can be a surreal ride, it can be a black comedy or you can play it to your grandma”

“The Duckworths delight in playing between opposing lyrical, thematic and musical ex-tremes; light and dark, humour and horror, noise and silence. They have played to opera audiences, at the UK DMC turntable finals and were most requested band on
Glastonbury festival radio.