Hello there, everyone/anyone,

Thought I'd share this little preview of our recording session in Highgate Cemetery with you, to give you a little indication of what to expect from the acoustic version of the new album. I believe it's what they call a 'teaser' in the business. I hope it does the job and that you find you are adequately teased after watching it.

Myself, the Southfields String Quartet, filmmakers Jack Hextall and Tom Turner and album producer Michael Griggs went to the Grey House in the legendary cemetery for one day last week, armed with two car loads of recording and filming gear, to record all of the 'Fisher King' tracks in a live acoustic session. It's an amazing location to play in, surrounded by crumbling grave stones and monuments in this pocket of peacefulness, hidden away from the chaos of London. We're incredibly lucky to be able to record in such places and we owe huge thanks to Mary and Simon at the Grey House for tolerating our noise and presence for a whole Sunday.

I'll keep you in the loop as the films from these sessions are edited and become available to view online.

AdiĆ³s for now,

John x