THE YEAR THAT WAS 2012…

January 1, 2013

BY STEVE

WOW! What a year! Thank you for all your continued love and support. It means an awful lot!

Steve and Rachel
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Here are some of the things we got up to:

JANUARY…

We played at Taylor Johns House in Coventry with our friend Chris Tye.

 

FEBRUARY…

We were featured in ELEGANT SAVAGES new online magazine (a big three page interview!).

I filmed a video for the remix of ‘Something Worth Keeping’ with Laura Meades, a talented film maker.

We released Four Walls, the collection of songs recorded live in the summer of 2011 when I played a series of solo house shows. The limited edition release has now completely sold out! You can still download it from BANDCAMP.

We played a sold out show Warwick Arts Centre in Coventry.

 

MARCH…

We received some lovely bits of press which you can read HERE and HERE.

Tom Robinson played Whole Picture on BBC 6MUSIC.

I wrote a blog about the music I like for the GUARDIAN ONLINE.


APRIL…

We played a show with Jess Morgan at Ort Cafe in Birmingham.

We were featured on the Tom Robinson’s music blog:

We supported Paper Aeroplanes at Ditch the TV in Coventry.

We released Whole Picture EP (REMIXED) for Record Store Day 2012 which you can download from BANDCAMP.

We played at the Criterion Theatre in Coventry and made a little audio blog:

 

 JUNE…

We played on the BBC Introducing Stage at Wychwood Festival.

We supported Polly Paulusma in Coventry.

 

JULY…

We created a Stylusboy Mobile App which you can download on your phone from www.bandapp.com/stylusboy

The video for Something Worth Keeping (Remixed) was released:

We supported the brilliant Lucy Ward in Burton. You can read the blog HERE.

 

AUGUST…

We released ‘Session for the Heilewelt’ as a FREE download on BANDCAMP.

We played at Greenbelt Festival. In fact we played three times over the weekend!

 

SEPTEMBER and OCTOBER…

We wrote new songs.

 

NOVEMBER…

We were featured on the For Folks Sake it’s Christmas charity album


DECEMBER

We made a video for our little Christmas tune: