Totnes based Matthew & Me leave their South Devon home this summer to embark on a tour of Cornwall.
The five-piece band, who met at Dartington College of Arts, are building a loyal local following, as demonstrated by their recent sold out events at the Staverton Nursery Greenhouses and the Sharpham Vineyard where they headlined.
They hope to win a few Cornish gig-goers’ hearts over the next few months as they play their “original blend of acoustic indie pop with liquid vocal harmonies” across the county.
The tour takes in some of Cornwall’s most beautiful locations, including coastal settings, the Port Elliot Estate, and a valley for their appearance at Leopallooza. As well as being invited to play at Port Elliot and Leopallooza, the act have been added to the festival line-ups for Boardmasters, Knee Deep Festival, and Castle Rock Festival – Cornwall’s longest running music festival.
05.07.12 – Fistral Beach Bar, Newquay
07.07.12 – Castle Rock Festival, Launceston
08.07.12 – Gylly Beach Cafe, Falmouth
11.07.12 – Eden Sessions (Headliners The Vaccines and Noah & The Whale)
19.07.12 – Port Eliot Festival, St Germans, Cornwall
27.07.12 – Hatherleigh Festival, Bude
28.07.12 – Leopallooza, Bude
10.08.12 – Knee Deep Festival, Cornwall
11.08.12 – Boardmasters, Newquay, Cornwall
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