We are very proud to feature a track on the new Senseless Things Tribute album “Punk, Not Fraggle”.
The album features 15 tracks by 15 bands all covering songs by 90s indie punk pop kids The Senseless Things and is a fundraiser for The Teenage Cancer Trust. We’ve heard it and it’s a corker – every track is a belter (working from great source material of course!)
Our contribution is this version of “Fishing at Tescos”.
The album is only £5 and available here – buy it!
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!
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.
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)
Here’s The Legendary snakeSNAKEsnake performing ‘Weston’ and ‘The Ballad of David Van Gay’ at Priddy Folk Festival in 2015 – Enjoy!
You can now see a highlight reel of the Outcider festival on Youtube. Check it out.
The soundtrack is Get Scrumpy by The mighty Skimmity Hitchers.
We make a brief appearance at about 2.18…
You can now watch a couple of videos of the band posted on youtube.