Mull Historical Society in-store performance at Banquet Records! Kingston, London Sat 6th Oct
on 26th September 2018
Just after his London show at the Borderline on October 2nd, and the release of his eighth full length album, Wakelines, the multi-instrumentalist / indie-popper Mull Historical Society , Colin MacIntyre, visits the shop for an in-store set. From Colin:
“This is my eighth album, but it feels all about firsts. About going back. The first song I wrote for the album was ’14 Year Old Boy’. It tells the story of my first electric guitar being waded ashore to the isle of Mull, held high above the waves by my father, Kenny Macintyre. It was a Fender Telecaster guitar. Whenever I play the guitar even now I still expect an electric shock, to be plugged into the mainland, to be the 14 year-old boy again with his dreams, his sketched stageplots”.
In-store Grade C, come on down.
Priority will be given to anyone who orders a copy of Wakelines from us.
All Albums+Tickets are for collection in the shop on the day of the in-store.