Here are some photos from The Fringe Stage at last week’s Glastonbury Frost Fayre. Click on the images below to go to the online photo albums.
The first are with thanks to David Feast (via Flickr) – great work David!
And here are some from Marc Hughes Photography (via Facebook) – great work Marc!
Thanks for sharing your photos guys.
We’re often asked about the origin of our name. So here’s a handy video tutorial recorded after our set at Farmfest 2016 on how to make your very own snakeSNAKEsnake.
In case you missed it, here’s a video recapping Glastonbury Calling in February. (We appear at about 50 secs). A great little round-up of all of the acts/bands that took part. Well done again to GFM’s Ian Liversidge for making it happen. Roll on next year!
Thanks Mike, Jayne and all the crowd at the Lamb and Lion, Hambridge for another brilliant night at this year’s wassail. Following the very chilly, but well attended ceremony outside, (including a crowd sing song and pouring of cider onto the tree), we all headed indoors for what turned out to be another top night at The Lamb and Lion, with plenty of cider, shouting, crowd particpation and a snakey debut from the landlady herself on stage!
Thanks to Georgina who took these pics of the outside bit. You can almost see the icicles.
And thanks once again Lamb and Lion folk, we’ll be back very soon!
Are you feeling festive yet? We’ve put together a (hastily arranged) seasonal tune to get you in the mood (it might sound a bit familiar). Please do have a listen and spread the love.
We’re busy making plans for our diaries next year and lining up lots of live dates as well as preparing new material. You’ll hear more about this all soon. But one thing you need to know about sooner is this: Glastonbury Calling.
Taking place on Saturday 27th February the event will see 30 bands taking over 4 venues across Glastonbury town. £10 will get you a wristband that will get in across all the venues all day. As you can see, there are loads of great bands playing, including our dear friends Missy Edwards and John D Revelators. £10 to see so much great music is an absolute bargain.
Thanks to Rob Elford for these pics from last weeks gig at CICCIC in Taunton
Our song ‘shakeSHAKEshake’ is set to be featured on a new TV show! And it looks bloomin’ marvelous!
Level Films are working with our old friend, (occasional band photographer) and world renown cider expert Bill Bradshaw on a new TV Series called The Cider Hunters.
Here’s a promo:
More information can be found on the Facebook Page here
Thanks to Oz at Sat In A Field Festival for sharing these videos from our performance
Coffee Table Porn (The J-Lo Song) – Available on our album
Encore: Jolene/GetScrumpy (available on other people’s albums)
We’d heard great things about Sat In A Field Festival before playing and it certainly lived up to expectations. Some ‘inclement’ weather the previous day dampened the ground but not spirits and we received a wet, but very warm welcome indeed. Special thanks go to Oz and his crew for making us so welcome. We’re already looking forward to coming back for more next year!
Here are some pics for your perusal…