Our first album: “WE COULD BE PIRATES” Recorded at Microbe Studios, St Cloud, France (released on WATERHOUSE records) can now be pre-ordered here in the website SHOP! You can also click on the “Listen to Tracks” link to hear some songs for free! Those of you who followed us from our early home recordings will […]
What a difference a day can make: Some nice people have organised a concert for us in Bordeaux 24th March. Bordeaux 24 Mars au Fiacre GRATUIT !
Amis bordelais, nous sommes sincèrement désolés, mais nous ne pourrons finalement pas jouer à Bordeaux comme nous le souhaitions initialement. Mais nous reviendrons, c’est promis. La bonne nouvelle c’est que nous allons par contre faire 6 concerts en Espagne. Allez voir le page <<Concerts>> pour les détails… Hi, we can’t play in Bordeaux as planned and […]
We will be playing a few dates in April (Nantes, Rennes, etc) with the wonderful Annabeth McNamara. Check the concerts page or Facebook/myspace for details. Meanwhile have a listen to Annabeth: www.myspace.com/annabethsongbird More dates hopefully planned for May too….we’ll let you know. Madeleine xxx
We are playing lots of shows in March 2011: NANTES, PARIS, BRUSSELS, LYON, CLERMONT-FERRAND, TOULOUSE, BORDEAUX….See the concerts page for details! These will be our first live dates for a long time! Please come along and sing, dance, or clap along…
Our first Album WE COULD BE PIRATES is almost ready to go and you can PRE-ORDER it here (Click on the SHOP link above!) It will be officially launched in March with our tour (10 + concerts across France and Belgium between March 5th and March 25th 2011). Listen also to some tracks for free here […]
Rum Tum Tiddles are a band made up of Thomas Bevand, Madeleine Mosse and Fred Lambert. They are based in Nantes, France, although Madeleine, their singer, is English. Thomas and Madeleine met in the Balkans where they shared a very cold flat which experienced frequent shortages in electricity. This led to many candle lit singing sessions, where Tom would play his guitar and Madeleine would sing covers. When they found themselves in France they began to play and sing with other people… leading to a very happy union with Mandolin maestro Fred lambert.