“Small Rooms & New Tunes” UK Tour

We’re very excited to announce our “Small Rooms, New Tunes” UK Tour this coming November. We’ve been busy writing and recording lately and what better excuse to get back out on the road in the uk to test new material and reconnect with you all. It’s been too long!
Tickets available from our LIVE page HERE

Can’t wait to see you all again!

TTM x

2017-06-27T08:52:37+00:00June 27th, 2017|

Acoustic shows in Scotland

We had a great time playing our acoustic set last December and many of you have asked us for further shows in some towns and cities that we don’t always get to. So first up, some Scottish tour as follows:

15 March – THE LIQUID ROOMS (Official), Edinburgh
16 March – Ironworks Venue, Inverness
17 March – Fat Sams Dundee
18 March – The Garage Aberdeen

All tickets, including a limited number fo VIP packages HERE

2017-02-20T13:05:27+00:00February 20th, 2017|

Tour Diary – Introducing Simon

So the boys have played four shows now. Strasbourg and Nancy were warm ups. By Lille we started getting better but last night in Paris, we hit our stride. Paris has always been a hard gig. Like London or New York, its easy to lose your cool or at least be tempted to. We didn’t.

Simon Lea is settling in well. Things to know about Simon: he’s a Londoner, from Streatham. He’s played drums with Ronnie Wood, James Blunt, Boy George, Seth Lakeman and Rizzlekicks. His last gig before this was the Bowie musical, ‘Lazarus’. He’s a runner. Does 6 miles every day before breakfast. He’s a straight talker and he don’t stand for no bullshit. He’s very funny and slips in and out of a husky voiced cockney caricature, developed over time on the road for is own amusement. He records every single rehearsal and gig he plays on a little dictaphone and listens to it in the van the next day. He could quite happily talk self-improvement with Lorraine Kelly over a blueberry acai refresher, or share a pint with Ricky Gervaise, laughing about the non-existence of atheism today. In short, he’s one of us.

This whole tour is about Simon much like this time last year was all about Matt White. Last year would have been impossible without Matt. Same goes for Simon now. Losing two of the original members of the group has been tough. White Bear has been tough on everyone. But I look at my right arm and I’m proud. That bear tattoo means even more now. More than just pride. It represents survival. The mark of a new band. A new day.

2017-01-26T20:05:56+00:00January 26th, 2017|

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