Back in December 2008, finding ourselves without the financial backing of a major label, but with an album written, rehearsed and ready to record, we struck a deal with a difference with producer Alan Smyth. We agreed to put down our instruments for two months and become builders, paying for the album in sweat and blood by helping with the construction and renovation of Alan Smyth’s new 2-Fly Studios.
The recording sessions took place in spring 2009.
“Each track is a wonderfully crafted love letter to a romanticised reality somewhere between Sheffield and Arizona. Gaslight what? Bruce who? It seems the real cowboys live just south of Barnsley.” – The Sun
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Hello everyone I wanted to share with you a link to Samuel Taylor's first EP of 2015. The ‘Dead White Roses’ EP was recorded in 2fly Studios in Sheffield. It is the first EP in my series of new EP’s that I will make this year as I travel from town to town. The trip starting in Sheffield takes…