Tuesday, 10 December 2013

Monday, 21 October 2013

Our next gig is....

Friday 21st March - Grain Barge - Bristol

Richard Black
Something Anorak
The Weary Band

Sunday, 25 August 2013

Venue - Band of the week


Wednesday, 7 August 2013

You can get lost album released online and on vinyl

Finally we get to fulfill our lifelong dream of hearing something we have written, recorded and produced on vinyl...together with a sweet cover designed by Beate and Bjorn Lie.



It will be with us soon so please get in touch if you would like to reserve one of only 250 copies.

If you don't have a record player then the digital version is available here:


It will soon also be available on our Bandcamp page.


Tuesday, 28 May 2013

Recent and upcoming gigs and wotnot...

Sunday 9th June - Cube, Bristol
25th May - Fleece, Bristol, as part of Dot-to-Dot music festival
23rd May - BBC Bristol Introducing session and interview
6th May - Headlined Bristol Acoustic Music Festival at St. George's Chapel


Wednesday, 22 May 2013

Recent and upcoming gigs...

- Headlined Bristol acoustic music festival at St George's chapel....was great to finally play at such a nice-sounding venue!

- Recording a session for BBC Bristol radio which goes out on Sunday 26th May at 01:00.

- Playing at the Fleece at 3.30 as part of the brilliant Dot to Dot festival in Bristol.

- Playing with Joyce the Librarian at the Cube on Sunday 9th June.

- Album mixing finally finished and is ready for mastering in early June.

Friday, 18 January 2013

Lovely preview for tomorrow's gig...

Lovely preview for our headlining gig at the acoustic festival tomorrow night from Venue magazine/ website...



'The Weary Band (pictured), are hands down the recommendation of the weekend. Had they begun in a post-Fleet Foxes world, their combination of sharp lyric, lazily seductive phrasing and all-enveloping warmth would surely have brought rich reward. Happily, belated album-releasing has given them overdue means to make a wider impression: after nothing for almost a decade, the imminent 'You Can Get Lost' will be their third in as many years. Easily worth the price of admission alone'.  Thank you Julian Owen!