Great Northern Wine afterthoughts no.2

Our gig last week at Great Northern Wine was one of our favourites to date.  It was just over a year after our first gig there.  The first one was good, but the second was a whole load better, in more ways than one.  The audience were…well, amazing, and that’s what made the gig extra special for us.  If you were there, thanks a million.  We’ve never been treated to such a good reception.  Great Northern Wine recorded part of our set, and some of these videos are on Youtube.  Here’s the first:

Emma and Mark have a wonderful thing going there at Great Northern Wine, and long may it continue.  A special mention must also go to Ian of Dales Automation for doing a fantastic job of the lighting.  And last but not least, thanks as ever to Graham Smout for doing the sound.

Doing a double set always involves more practice, for obvious reasons.  But our recent practices have been made more productive now that we have regular rehearsal space at Kala Sangam.  We’ve got no more gigs now until June, but we’re looking forward the month’s arrival, as we have four gigs booked.

Here’s what we played at Great Northern Wine last week:

Cry For The City
Driving In The Dark
Constitution Failed
Like Lovers Do
Night Parachuting
Alone With America
Thirteen
I Am Clay

London Road
Don’t Be Scared 48
Wilful Missing
Judge & Jury
Sleeptaking Over
Postcode Lottery
The Waltz
Powerful Pill
DIY
Caught Between Seasons

Feeling Oblivion

And here’s another of Great Northern Wine’s videos from the night:

Date of gig: 3rd April 2011

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About Wilful Missing

5-piece band from Bradford, all tunes available to hear and download via our web thing.
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