Cut the lights.
This recording features Richard Jayston (drums) and Dan Logan (Bass)Filmed in Paris earlier this year. The actresses are Elodie Hachet and Mélanie Zadeh.
Filmed/colorgraded by Ken T.
Austria, 1930, a young boy is challenged by his mischievous grandfather to attempt to throw a hand bell at the local village idiot. The excited youth hurls the bell across the sun soaked village square with all his mite. Onlookers adjust their lederhosen and swiftly drain their elaborate flip top beerstiens as they follow the flight of the golden bell through the air, in terrified anticipation of imminent contact betwixt a bell and an idiot… subsequently ostracised by the local community and exiled to Sussex…. ladies and gentlemen please welcome the grandfather and his unruly charge, Gypsy and The Wolf….
Matthew English: Guitars, Vocals, Mandolin, Uke, Organs, Banjo.
Matthew has had great live experiences supporting The Kooks, Gary Moore and Kate Walsh to name a few.
Adam Claxton: Guitars, Vocals, Bass, Drums, Percussion.
Adam has had numerous UK and European tours with festival experience as well as single releases with with previous projects and supported Hard Fi, Jessie J, Gary Moore, Pigeon Detectives and many more.
Gypsy and The Wolf was an idea brought together by two friends, Matthew English and Adam Claxton in 2008. The two shared a love of honest, straight talking and classic song writing and harmonious melodies, which after a year of working together they set out to create a platform to showcase their song writing talent. Gypsy and The Wolf was born in late 2009.
Picking up friends and musicians along the way they refined their sound to offer full band live shows and online presence. After a successful EP launch in early 2010 and gaining a steady fan base they pulled in experienced musicians to complete the package.