Spats Colombo | Caught in a Bind - EP

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Caught in a Bind - EP

by Spats Colombo

Incorporating Folk, Pop and rock music with a mix of English and Irish Lyrics
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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2. A Kiss Goodnight
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3. Two Years
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5. Midnight Swim
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Album Notes
Spirited Galway-based Spats Colombo was formed at the tale-end of 2014 by chief songwriter, Oxford born and bred Simon Noble. With Simon on vocals and guitar, he is joined by Caroline Doohan (vocals), Michael Carey (vocals and violin) Breandan Feeney (Bass guitar) Colmán Mac Sealaigh (Drums), Grainne Bleasale (Vocals and Piano) and Sean Reynolds (Guitar). With all bringing their passion for folk, pop and indie-rock into rehearsals, Spats Columbo’s unique sound started to emerge with tender harmonies akin to Simon and Garfunkel and the happy energy of The Mamas and Papas being prevalent. The band could also be said to echo sounds of The Kinks and Supergrass.
2015 was a busy year for Spats Colombo. They released the ‘Price tag’ and ‘Sunshine girl’ singles, and toured extensively around Ireland. The Summer brought celebrated sets at the Galway fringe festival, The Body & Soul festival and The Electric picnic festival, where they played on both the An Puball Gaeilge stage and The Salty dog stage. That Autumn, the band headed North for the first time, playing shows in Letterkenny and Gaoth Dobhair, Where they performed at the famous Cabaret Craiceailte. Whilst there they also recorded a session for RTE radio.
2016 brought more touring and festivals, with celebrated sets at the Doolan folk Festival and the Electric picnic. The band also headed back into the studio to record what would become the ‘Caught in a bind” EP.



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