These songs begin in Jesmond, a posh suburb of Newcastle Upon Tyne. From there we travel down the coast road, exiting towards Killingworth, then through Benton and up towards Earsdon, to park by the level crossing and the disused mining buildings.
We then leave the car, and walk through Whitley Bay, across the playing fields and through Whitley Lodge estate. Now we stop off at yours and borrow your mam's car (she's asleep, she'll never notice); we drive along the coast, past the cemetery and the sand dunes, through Seaton Sluice until we reach the wind turbine skyline of Blyth, where the tarmac meets the sand. We'll never leave, and boy, don't we know it.
This lot are an awesome bunch of Southern types putting some amazing, innnovative records out. I really wish I'd thought of the Pizza Club idea. Might start a Garlic Bread club next year... Tiny Lights
Me n Joe are listening on my iPod in the living room, Joe is singing along I’m remembering the Sunday afternoon you played the Cumberland... what a magic day I was made up. I don’t miss normality but I do miss seeing my favourite bands and artists play. Hope to catch you again soon :) Richyy hetherington