A three-piece alternative folk band bringing a selection of raw, foot-stomping songs infused with dynamic harmonies and bubbly bass lines. The trio are beginning to gain the attention of the UK folk scene, developing a strong following at notable headline and support shows, appearing on significant festival lineups and recently conducting European and Australian tours. After a highly successful release of their debut single 'No Country For Old Men', Harry & The Gondolas are establishing themselves as a driven, creative and versatile new folk outfit. Their upcoming EP is just the start of a very busy year for the band...
"With influences such as Mumford and Sons, Bears Den and Ben Howard, it is clear why Harry and the Gondolas are the perfect accompaniment to go with that cold cider you’re craving. Their chilled nu-folk, acoustic sound and Gould’s deep resonating vocals carry the crowd toe tapping and hand clapping through fast-paced Irish-folk to mellow ballads." - Bristol Live Magazine
“A really good guitar player” – Ralph Rolle (Chic)
"A truly fine guitar player; an exceptional voice" – Jo Harman (Female Vocalist of the year 2014)
"Christopher Matthewson. Remember the name. He's signed to a different management company to our own but that doesn't stop me from marking him out as one to watch. Chris has got something special" - Mark Ede (BigiAm Music Management)
Daisy Chute (solo)
Daisy Chute is a folk/americana artist who has released 3 platinum-selling studio albums with Universal Records. As well as an award-winning singer and songwriter (Classical Brits, BBC, UKSWF), Daisy has worked alongside rock royalty Ray Davies and Kasabian and was a featured vocalist on Radiohead's latest album A Moon Shaped Pool. With songwriting comparisons to Joni Mitchell (BBC Radio), Daisy's singing has been described as “Exquisitely delicious. Delicate, like a gossamer-winged creature made out of spun gold." Tony Moore (Soho Radio, The Bedford)