Delvers! We are so sorry it’s taken us this long to update the blog again! We’ve been all over the bloomin’ country, been doing a lot of driving and of course, a lot of gigging. We’re currently in the Nottingham/Derby area and last night we played our 216th gig. We’ve got just over a month left of our Food and Fuel Tour and just can’t believe how quickly it’s flown by. We’ll be updating the blog over the next few days with a load of photos from the last month or so and a new video update is on it’s way, we promise! We’re going to be back down in London from the 5th of December until our very last gig on the 21st so have a look at the dates on the blog and catch us at one of our last gigs. Anyway, kick back, have a kit kat or a biscuit and behold some of the finest photos from our Food and Fuel Tour, more on their way soon!
Scotland’s answer to the Golden Gate Bridge.
Pretty sure McDonald’s have a strong case for a lawsuit there. A whiskey flavoured lawsuit.
The Whistlebinkie’s Calendar.
To earn our keep in Newcastle we knocked down a wall.
We played on The Holy Island of Lindisfarne at The Crown and Anchor, awesome place.
The little island gets cut off by the tide so we had to make sure Tony didn’t get swept away.
2 tshirt sales and 17 whiskeys later….
This was narly.
Ruins of the old Lindisfarne Monastery.
The Lindisfarne Castle.
We had a great gig here at The Dog and Parrot in Newcastle.
Some great surf at Bamburgh Castle, on the north east coast but unfortunately we didn’t have our boards.
We found a place called Pity Me.
The venue didn’t quite get who we were or what we’re doing.
Our street of residence whilst in Newcastle. Was a right nightmare.
Delve’s day trips took us to The Angel of North, apparently the most viewed piece of art in Britain.
We stayed in the most haunted pub in York, The Golden Fleece, for 3 nights but unfortunately didn’t hear or see anything. Great pub!
One of the locals at the Golden Fleece.