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Beans On Toast A Bird In The Hand Indies exclusive LP is on turquoise coloured vinyl. That time of the year again! Beans on Toast brings his tenth full length solo record, another offering of charming and humorous lyrics and wit through drunken-styled folk songwriting. An absolute must for fans of Frank Turner, Will Varley or Chris T-T. 2018 was always going to be a big deal for Beans on Toast with this year seeing his 10th release. Suitably rising to the occasion, Beans went to Ben Lovett of Mumford & Sons (who produced his first album ten years ago) and they hatched a plan... At the time, Mumford were camped out in Paul Epworth's legendary The Church Studios making their upcoming album 'Delta'. The studio has a rich recording history including Bob Dylan, Radiohead and Adele, and houses some of the finest microphones and recording equipment in the world. During days off, or between Mumford’s own sessions, Beans and Ben snuck into the studio and laid down 'A Bird in the Hand', Beans’ most accomplished album to date. CD | LP
Beans On Toast Standing On A Chair [vinyl] One of Banquet's favourite singer-songwriters, Beans On Toast re-releases his debut album Standing On A Chair on vinyl for the first time. Nine years after it’s original release I’ll be putting my debut album out on vinyl for the first time. Double vinyl nonetheless. Produced many moons ago by Mumford and Sons' Ben Lovett with cameos from the likes of Emmy The Great, Justin Young and Frank Turner. To be honest, I thought it was ten years when I put the plan together, but hey ho. LP Out of Stock
Beans On Toast Drunk Folk Stories A book from one of Banquet's favourite songwriters Beans On Toast. I’ve written a book! Drunk Folk Stories is a collection of ten, short, true-life stories about songwriting, travelling and drinking. Featuring the likes of Billy Bragg, Banksy and The Cookie Monster. From Glastonbury to Wembley via The Bahamas, these are my first-hand accounts of drunken escapades, car crashes, recreational drugs and burning pubs. I’m very proud of it.
Akala / Beans On Toast / The Lagan Sunday 6th September at Kingston Carnival We're delighted Kingston Carnival is back for 2015. We've selected some great ethically-driven bands to play live in The Market Place for Kingston Race & Equalities Council. For us, Kingston Carnival is one of the best days in the Kingston calendar. After its cancellation last year we've been as involved as anyone to make sure it's back for 2015, an event which brings all parts of the community together. With Kingston Race & Equalities Council being the people behind the whole event, it's essential the line up reflects music with a message, and Akala, Beans On Toast and The Lagan each have something important to say, whilst also putting on brilliant live shows. We’re really excited, and hope you are too. Headlining is London's MOBO award-winning soulful hip hop rapper, poet and journalist Akala. He's a world renowned artist who began with grime but evolved his sound into conscientious hip hop representing topics of racism, class struggle and social conditioning. The live shows are energetic, engaging and always highly rated. He will be performing with a full backing band! Beans On Toast makes a welcome return to town. A super-fun solo acoustic witty-folk-punk musician and lyricist that tackles everyday subjects from politics, humour, animal rights and even love songs. Kingston's very own The Lagan bring us politically motivated celtic-punk sing a longs. You might have seen them at the last carnival! As well as music there'll be a colourful procession through town, food stalls and entertainment and much more. This is a communal celebration open to anyone and any age and it's totally free. But to help the sustainability of the carnival, donations are being gratefully received over at this LocalGiving page. We, at Banquet will match the first 500 donated, to help make this not only a great day this year, but to secure the long-term running of this annual event. Stage times (approx): Akala 5:45 Beans On Toast 4:40 The Lagan 3:40 others TBC First act will start at 1pm at Market Place, with a strict 7pm curfew. Past Event
Beans On Toast The Grand Scheme Of Things We're big fans of Beans On Toast. What we first heard as a jokey drunk-folk-punk is way more than that. This album covers ground from politics, humour, animal rights, love songs, and just living a regular life. Addictive tunes, the albums get progressively better and the live shows are always brilliant.Check the video below of an impromptu take on NOLA Honeymoon at the in-store here on the day of release. Xtra Mile Recordings CD | LP
Beans On Toast Best Of Toast we have a few signed (he's signed his name as Beans On Toast) / grafitti'd records following another visit to Kingston.Limited edition Record Store Day hand-numbered 'Best Of..' 10" from Banquet fave Beans On Toast! featuring one track from each of his albums! Xtra Mile Recordings 10" RSD 2014
Xtra Mile box set Chris T-T / Jamie Lenman / To Kill A King / Crazy Arm / Beans On Toast This boxset contains all four split 7"s from the Xtra Mile 10th anniversary celebrations. In the box is also a double sided poster and when you put all the artwork together it gives you a download for a further 10 songs from artists on the label! Xtra Mile Recordings
Larry and His Flask / Beans On Toast The Battle For Clear Sight / Deadline Expected 14th OctoberThe second of four split 7"s Xtra Mile are releasing to celebrate their 10th Anniversary. Each release will have special artwork that, when all connected together with the other 7"'s, will reveal a hidden download code for 10 extra songs! This 7" features a (we think) unreleased song from our pal Beans On Toast and a track from Oregon punk/bluegrass sextet Larry and His Flask's latest album. https://www.facebook.com/larryandhisflask http://www.facebook.com/beansontoastbeansontoast Xtra Mile Recordings 7"
Beans On Toast / Chas Palmer-Williams / Tim O T Thursday 25th July at New Slang Beans On Toast at New Slang - FREE entry before 10pm! Playing a good gang of festival shows, Beans On Toast is popping by New Slang for a sing-a-long. A New Slang debut for the witty and gritty, folk singer who's toured with Kate Nash and Frank Turner to name a few. Expect songs tackling the subjects of protests, love, drugs, religion, Wetherspoons and even angry birds. Chas Palmer-Williams is main support. A friend, a nutter and some pretty jokes songs, you may know him as one of the singers from Lightyear. Also on the bill, we've Kingston dude Tim O T who we last saw playing with Tim Barry! It's free entry before 10pm. Otherwise it's usual prices of A4 / A5 and after the live music, the club continues til 2AM playing the likes of Frank Turner, The 1975, The Front Bottoms and Arctic Monkeys.! Please Note: McClusky's is an 18+ venue, valid PHOTO ID will be required. new slang ticket Past Event