Available now from ECC Records or buy here (click on button above)
You can now follow the duo on all of the social media sites listed below. Simply click on the icon to take you to their relevant page.
Barney Morse-Brown has been touring with the rather amazing singer 'Birdy' and is just about to play the first of three nights at Sydney Opera House, Australia. An amazing experience so far.
Duotone re proud to announce the arrival of their new video for the forthcoming single 'Alphabet' staring Bert Audubert as our keen 'treasure' detector. Directed by Alex Kemp: www.vimeo.com/directorkemp and shot on location within one day.
The digital download single will be available as from October 2012, so stay tuned..
Happy viewing. x
Duotone have been up and down the country in their little Citroen Berlingo over the past couple of weeks playing some rather wonderful gigs to some brilliant and incredibly supportive audiences. Thank you so much to all of you who came out to see us. We really couldn't do it without you.
The final show at the Pegasus was a special highlight for us and we're both super happy with how it all went.
For those who weren't able to be there at the Pegasus show, here are a couple of video's (iPhone quality only)
Here's also a link to our tour photo diary:
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The new album 'Ropes' by Duotone is now available to buy through your usual outlets including HMV, Amazon, Independent stores etc and to give you a taster of what we've done and what to expect on the album we've put together a little video.. Plus, all of Duotone's spring & summer dates are up on the gigs page, so hope to see you there!
Barney and James recently performed at Bristol Folk Festival and were also asked to play a quick song for Songs from the Shed, so here it is.
"The wilfully distinctive duo of Barney Morse-Brown and James Garrett bring dash of strangeness to their spring-clear acoustic guitar lines backed by sombre cello harmonies".
"This is a stunning album - cherish this oasis of delight"
"Highly, highly recommended"
'Certainly a record with more going on under the surface than an initial listen will convey. It is both quietly thought-provoking and tenderly constructed'.
FOLK RADIO UK
‘Ropes’ is a gorgeous record that is immaculately performed and recorded, but which still retains an enticing air of melancholic mystery'
'Barney led a sing-a-long to the heart-rending ‘You Don’t Need Church’— it’s interesting that a song so-titled can sound so sacred'.
OXFORD MUSIC SCENE