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Gerard & the Watchmen / UK Tour / Feb 16th – Mar 1st

Gerard & the Watchmen / UK Tour / Feb 16th – Mar 1st

Rising stars of the UK’s Alternative Folk Scene ‘Gerard & the Watchmen’ will be touring the UK this February to celebrate the completion of their six month ‘song a week’ challenge.


Tour Dates:

Monday 11th – Portland Arms, Cambridge

Friday 15th – The Revelry, Exeter

Saturday 16th – Miss Peapod’s, Cornwall

Sunday 17th – Studio Lounge, Totnes

Monday 18th - The Bell, Adderbury

Tuesday 19th – The Bicycle Shop, Norwich

Wednesday 20th – Slaughtered Lamb, London

Thursday 21st – Leaf Tea Shop, Liverpool

Friday 22nd – Ivory Blacks, Glasgow

Saturday 23rd – Cumberland Arms, Newcastle

Sunday 24th – The Castle Hotel, Manchester

Tuesday 26th – Ort Cafe, Birmingham

Thursday 28th – High Barn, Essex

Friday 1st March – Grain Barge, Bristol


The band have toured extensively throughout the UK with 2012 highlights including; Cambridge Folk Festival, Peace and Love Festival (In Sweden), Secret Garden Party, Communion records, Moselely Folk Festival, Elgar room at the Royal Albert Hall and a Folk Radio UK Live Session.

Previous releases:

2011 – Under Veiled Light

2012 – I Climbed a Tree




The Wireless “Usurping the standard folk formula and carving a niche of their own, Dave Gerard and the Watchmen have a habit of grabbing whatever instrument comes to hand — be it guitar, banjo, mandolin, upright bass, harp… — retuning it and going from there. With rich harmonies meeting melody full on, Gerard and the Watchmen could be the next alt folk heros.”

Mary Anne Hobbs XFM – “We’ll be hearing a lot more of them, absolutely Beautiful”

Folk Radio UK “Gerard and the Watchmen rank amongst our favourite bands that we play on Folk Radio UK. Their vocals and harmonies are of the finest out there and the enhanced layering of guitar, upright bass, percussion and violin form the perfect match. They don’t get much better than this!”

SoundonSound “Simple, unpretentious, and lilting.folk in a non?traditional vein, but oozing influences from traditional and renegade folk stalwarts alike, such as Nick Drake and Bert Jansch, at times crossing into very trad country with banjo and pedal steel.”

Soundcloud “Tunes made us feel warm and cozy even in the chilly Berlin December.”

Communion “amaze us with their rich harmonies and lots and lots of instruments.”








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This entry was posted on Saturday, December 1st, 2012 at 5:56 pm