Sound of the Sirens in Tideswell

The Westcountry based folk-rock duo, The Sound of the Sirens have added Tideswell to their list of Autumn tour dates.

The Sound of the Sirens, aka Abbe Martin and Hannah Wood, will be playing Tideswell Church, the magnificent Cathedral of the Peak, on Friday 20th September 2019.

The concert is jointly hosted by Tideswell Theatre and the Friends of St Johns (FoSJ) who are fund-raising to help maintain the fabric of the 14th century “cathedral”. All profits from the event will go to FoSJ.

The Sound of the Sirens released their second album This Time in early 2019 on the independent DMF Records label. The album was a follow-on from their acclaimed debut album For All Our Sins released in 2017. R2 Magazine called it a “stunning debut collection”.

The new album, This Time, continues to showcase an evident gift for crafting unique, vivid and enduring melodies with 15 catchy and heartfelt songs all written by Abbe and Hannah, whose voices harmonise beautifully throughout the album.

Their live shows combine a natural facility for connecting with their audiences and unforgettable performances with warmth, humour and, above all, real conviction.  

Discover more about the Sirens at www.soundofthesirens.net 

Tickets for the Tideswell concert are priced at £12.00 (plus a small booking fee)  and are available at https://tideswelltheatre.org.uk/buy-tickets.

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Reviews

R2 ACOUSTIC MAGAZINE

Festival Photo

“one of those albums where you can listen to it again and again and never get bored, and there’s not a single weak song on it”

http://www.festivalphoto.net/index.php?page=reviews&review=4402

Folking

“voices harmonising beautifully”

http://folking.com/sound-of-the-sirens-for-all-our-sins-dmf-records/

Torch Singer

“A wonderfully cohesive, mature sound which will hold its own on the global stage”

https://cry-me-a-torch-song.com/2017/04/30/cry-me-a-torch-song-the-video-version-april-2017/

The Rocker

“Folk and pop fans should do themselves a favour and give this one a right good hearing to.”

https://therocker65.wordpress.com/2017/04/10/reviews-roundup-night-demon-vs-sound-of-the-sirens-vs-chris-antonik-vs-jerry-harmon-vs-hector-anchondo-band/

Get Ready To Rock

“Highly recommended”

http://getreadytorock.me.uk/blog/2017/04/quick-plays-burnt-out-wreck-chess-rock-n-roll/

Thinking Lyrically

“A talent for melodies that shines from the start of the album………. a joy to listen to throughout”

https://thinkinglyrically.wordpress.com/2017/05/03/review-sound-of-the-sirens-for-all-our-sins/

Whisperin’ & Hollerin’

“a sublime new album from Exeter-based duo Sound of The Sirens”

http://www.whisperinandhollerin.com/reviews/review.asp?id=13583

Folking

“voices harmonising beautifully”

http://folking.com/sound-of-the-sirens-for-all-our-sins-dmf-records/