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We are ecstatic to announce that the launch of our new EP "Brother Sister" will be taking place on the 23rd April at Oporto Bar on Call Lane. Tickets are available in the link below, or £5 on the door. Entry will also entitle you to an EP download code which you'll receive on the door! We would be thrilled to have you there and share a tip-top evening together.

Hosted by our good friend and bearded wonder Nick Simcock and with support from the less-bearded, equally as beautiful Jasmine Kennedy.

THERE WILL BE CAKE. Mary is going to make lots of cake for everyone so get there early for a bit of sugary goodness.

-------Hunting Bears------------

A Leeds-based orchestral folk sextet with a penchant for full-band vocal harmonies. Celtic harp, violin and bowed double bass are nestled amongst electric guitar, keyboards and heavy-hitting drums. Influences: the cross-rhythmic maximalist textures of Bon Iver; the intricate vocal harmonies of The Staves; and the songwriting craft of Ron Sexsmith and Loudon Wainwright III. They love to make music together, and perform to those kind enough to listen.

Here is the lead track from our EP, Primrose Hill:

------Jasmine Kennedy-------

'Introspective, contemplative, armed with a voice to stop you in your tracks.'

Jasmine Kennedy is an acoustic singer/songwriter who sings from the heart; her lyrics a collection of throw away observations and bittersweet tales from the teenage heart which possess a remarkable power to stun an audience in to silence. At the age of 16 her debut album ‘I Don’t Have An Uncle Pat’ was self-released and since then she has toured the UK and shared stages with the likes of Seasick Steve, Joseph Arthur & RM Hubbert, as well as performing at a number of festivals including Live at Leeds and Bingley Music Live. All whilst preparing material for a second album and maintaining a loyal devotion to Coronation Street. Potentially the next Tracy Chapman, this young musician has immense talent and an endearing charm.

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