One of the more criminally underlooked albums of 2008 has to be Gregory and the Hawk's, Moenie and Kitchi. Known for their tender folk melodies, the band released late last year a brilliant disc that saw them expand their sound with subtle little nuances and layers that gave it a real depth and rich quality.
G&H recently stopped by the folks at Bandstand Busking, which captures artists unplugged in various gazebos and parks around London, where they performed three tracks, one of which was "Oats We Sow." Other recent performers on the Bandstand Busking site include, Loney Dear, Frightened Rabbit, Of Montreal, and We were Promised Jetpacks.
To read our review of Moenie and Kitchi go here.
Gregory and the Hawk on myspace.