Album launch at Jagz, Ascot
June 02, 2009
Berkshire roots band All Things Considered release their debut album ‘Scarecrow’ on Monday 15th June, with a launch party taking place at Jagz Club in Ascot, Berkshire on Friday June 12th.
See below for music and show schedule
Formed in 2007, it took a fair while for ATC to get off the ground, first performing as a 3 piece of vocals, acoustic guitar and percussion, before adding violin and acoustic bass to the set-up.
The goal was to blend both traditional and contemporary influences in to a style that would sit well in folk music circles, but also appeal to a wider audience. The band has been described as having a ‘folk fusion’ or contemporary roots’ sound.
They first entered the studio in August 2008 with long time producer friend Al Heslop of Creative Control Studios, who are based at South Hill Park Arts Centre in Bracknell.
Although still gigging extensively in between the recording sessions, it was the album that has been the top priority over the last few months. Now the record is ready for release, the band are about to embark on their largest gigging run of their short careers with multiple dates over the coming months in promotion of it.
All Things Considered – Scarecrow is released nationally on Monday June 15th, available through iTunes, Amazon and also the ATC official site www.allthingsconsidered.org.uk
Launch party at Jagz, Ascot on Friday 12th June, with support from Naama Hillman. Tickets £6 for entry or special £10 ticket for entry and copy of the new album.
- Official album press release from All Things Considered.
More dates and information available at www.allthingsconsidered.org.uk
Contact e-mail – email@example.com
Contact phone – Phil on 07773 256151
Click here for a band profile of All Things Considered.