North East England, Winter Walks and Tune Recording

Happy New Year, Merry Christmas and our sincerest apologies for our tardiness! It has been four incredible months since we left Australia and we haven't managed a single blog post. Shocking! Bad Kroovs! Truth be told we have been having far too much fun living, travelling, meeting new friends, jamming, eating, drinking and being general scallywags to find time to chain ourselves to a computer. 

Over the Pyrenees from France to Spain



But we're here now and we hope you forgive us. We are closing into the last month of our overseas trip and will be returning to stinkin' hot Far North Queensland in late February (please have the aircon on) and are busily planning for the year ahead with loads of gigs booked in for 2016 (check our gig page for details).

We are in County Durham, North East England in a spectacular little hamlet known as Hamsterley Mill. We have been staying with a great friend of ours in a 250 year old mill by a stream in the woods, we've had worse! There is permanent frost on the ground here, occasional snow, the trees are bare and the days are short, but with the fire going and peace, quiet and space to be creative we are feeling inspired by our adventure and have been writing and playing with renewed vigour. (because it keeps the fingers warm)
 

The tiny village of Penne in the south of France


We have so many stories to tell and will get to them all in due course, but for today we wanted to share a tune we have recorded as part of a new set we've arranged called Glasgow Kiss.

We have been inspired by the eerie wintry forest, the ancient trees and the looming stone viaduct that skulks through the woods. We think The Kiss (you may recognise it from The Last Of The Mohicans) reflects this sentiment. Its certainly not the usual Kroovs style but we hope you like it.

Plus it's given us a chance to play around with home recording and mixing on Cubase, and some video editing, which has been a bit of fun! 

We hope you enjoy it! See you in February. x Seamus and Stace


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