We have returned back to our wonderful homeland Aoteoroa after an amazing time traveling and playing some music. 

We celebrated our singer's birthday at Oktoberfest in Munich, walked the amazing coastal villages of Cinque Terre in Italy then sang the night away in a little restaurant packed with locals and travellers dancing and singing along. From there, we all went our individual ways and enjoyed a little time away from performing spent with our partners travelling to some incredible and beautiful locations around Europe. Finally, we all met up in the UK to play some shows in aid of youth music UK. 

Youth music UK is a charity that works with children, teens and families across the UK providing music lessons, instruments and mentorship programs for those that might otherwise never have the opportunity. Through their work with music they generate some massive, positive changes for families in need. We played for them two years ago in the UK and we were honoured to be playing there again in support of such a great and relevant cause. 

Our shows in the UK were a blast! We loved the changing venues, the smiling faces and all the dancing, cheering and support we received along the way. We are proud to say we raised over one thousand pounds from the proceeds and we know they will be going to great use amongst local communities. 

We would like to thank Jacob Boston, Melainee Wooden, Kristie Grant, Charlie Billington, Georgina Bondfield, Ros and Charles Buckler all for their hospitality and help with the shows. We love you all! A very big and special thank you also to Cliff Bradley who played bass for us whilst in the UK. What an amazing musician and great guy....thank you!!