Love Waterbeach - 29th June 2019

Written by Aidy.

Waterbeach seems to be our home away from home recently, the last time we played a public show it was here too, in a disused army barracks and this time around it was in a chapel with a large image of Alan Sugar and Sir Clive Sinclair shaking hands projected above our heads. Was great to be back here again, everyone was lovely as per usual and it was a lot of fun. Great to see Atomised and Allotment again.

We also played two new songs off the upcoming album for the first time ever.

Love Waterbeach


Summer at the Beach Arts Festival, Waterbeach Setlist 29/06/2019

Animal
Sugar Water
Man of the Hour
Where is Matthew Smith?
Sunrise Technology

Nothing Ever Lasts That Long
The British IBM

Play the Game - Support Our New Album On Patreon

Written by Aidy.

The British IBM

Work has started on the third British IBM album, which is going to be guitar heavy and has a current working title of "Play the Game". It's early days yet and lots of things can and most probably will change along the way but if you'd like to join us for the ride then you can support us on Patreon. In return, you'll hear early demos and acoustic renditions of new material along with any other content we think may be of interest.

Summer at the Beach Arts Festival, Waterbeach - 22nd July 2018

Written by Aidy.

Lovely to be back in Waterbeach again. We've played here a few times before at the Beach Sessions at the Sun Inn, everyone involved with putting on music in this town always seem to be incredibly nice and there's always a decent audience. This gig was no exception, the festival took place in the now defunct barracks where Dave and I did a little acoustic set and then spent the rest of the day enjoying the beer and the other bands.

Was great to see Annie Dressner perform, if you've never heard of her then you should definitely check her out. Fun Fact! Her husband Paul Goodwin played keys on several of our songs including Animal and Tread Carefully.

Thanks to Dave Bradley for the photo and the geeky conversation about BBC Micros!

 

Summer at the Beach Arts Festival, Waterbeach Setlist 22/07/2018

Animal
Sugar Water
Jet Set Willy
Where is Matthew Smith?
Just Get By
Cannibal

Nothing Ever Lasts That Long
The British IBM