A weekend in Port Eliot

We spent this last weekend on shop duties with Drift at the Port Eliot Festival in Cornwall. The amazing Caught By The River crew run a stage and the line up this year included Gwenno, Snapped Ankles and Boy Azooga amongst many other treats. It was a mini Sea Change preview for us... very kind of them!

Our good friend Stephen Parker shot some images of the Caught By The River stage and it's getting us pretty excited about the August Bank Holiday. 


Boy Azooga

Snapped Ankles


The 18 best albums of 2018 so far - as recommended by 6 Music

Gwenno's utterly brilliant Le Kov has been included on the '18 best albums of 2018 so far - as recommended by 6 Music'.

You can read all about it here:

The bright psychedelic swells that underpin Le Kov are as vivid as its Cornish lyrics
— BBC 6Music

Later... with Gwenno and Boy Azooga

Series fifty-two of the BBC's Later... with Jools Holland gets off to a right start next week with both Gwenno and Boy Azooga playing live in episode number two!


Our neighbour Ben Howard will be there, and also completing the triple Welsh/Heavenly love-in will be the Manic Street Preachers. It broadcasts on Tuesday 15th May at 10pm and you can watch clips shortly after here;

How an ex-Vegas dancer made the first Cornish-language psych-pop album

Gwenno Saunders gives an absolutely brilliant interview to Alexis Petridis in todays Guardian. 

Read in full

She left school at 16 and took Lord of the Dance to Las Vegas. Now Gwenno Saunders has made a concept album about Cornwall, full of sunken cities, crashed gliders and cheese
— The Guardian

Gwenno: Midnight Chats – Episode 41


"It's Welsh Language Music Day – let's talk about Cornwall and Michael Flatley"...

Gwenno was the guest on Loud & Quiet's Midnight Chats podcast. It was first published on 9th February 2018 - Welsh Language Music Day - making this episode of the podcast the most timely yet – all be it by complete accident they admit!

Listen here.