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The trio of Yorkston/Thorne/Khan return with the beautiful new ‘Broken Wave Live’ EP.  The tracks on the EP are taken from the Broken Wave Live sessions recorded at The Square studio in east London. These sessions afforded the band an opportunity to showcase poignant live versions of three songs from the band’s acclaimed debut album ‘Everything Sacred’.

Lead track ‘Broken Wave (A Blues For Doogie)’ is James Yorkston’s tribute to Doogie Paul– a powerful, tender lament to his old bass player and friend. You can watch the Liam Saint Pierre directed video for the song, shot at The Square during recording, HERE.   Jon Thorne then takes the lead on his yearning composition and album title track ‘Everything Sacred’, followed by the band’s sensitive reading of legendary songwriter and singer Lal Waterson’s ‘Song For Thirza’.  

Buy the ‘Broken Wave Live’ EP HERE.

You can catch the band live at the following shows:

Friday 6th May – Guildford, Boileroom

Saturday 7th May – Kirkcaldy, Adam Smith Theatre

Thursday 19th May – Saturday 21st May – Brighton, The Great Escape

Saturday 11th – Sunday 12th June – London, Field Day

5th August – 29th August – Edinburgh International Festival

Sunday 7th August – Dublin, The Workman’s Club

Thursday 18th – Sunday 21st August – Brecon Beacons, Green Man

The launch of James Yorkstons’ new novel ‘Three Craws’ will take place at The City Café in Edinburgh on Thursday the 28th of April – more information about the novel can be found HERE and the event HERE