Interview: The Crooked Fiddle Band – Peats Ridge 2012

Peats Ridge repeat offenders The Crooked Fiddle Band spent NYE in a very familiar setting. Describing the festival as ‘home’, the event sees the band farewell one hell of a year.

Having toured tirelessly throughout Europe, the outfit spent what free time they had putting the initial touches on tracks for their forthcoming album, the very much anticipated follow-up to 2011’s Overgrown Tales.

Once again the band will be enlisting the expertise of the legendary Steve Albini. Albini’s fingerprints can be found on groundbreaking releases all throughout the genresphere – an array of flavours that perfectly fits The Crooked Fiddle Band’s vibe.

Fans can have the peace of mind knowing that they are contributing, with the band setting up a Pozible campaign to fund the release. They are offering a stack of kick-ass rewards for donating to a good cause.

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