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Catch Crowns in a Cornish cave

By Western Morning News  |  Posted: April 13, 2013

From left, Jack Speckleton, Jake Butler, Bill Jefferson and Nathan Haynes Andy Ford

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Carnglaze Caverns, Friday, April 19

Exuberant Cornish quartet Crowns, purveyors of a unique and infectious twisted folk that they have dubbed fish punk, play their first home county show of 2013... and it's in a cave.

The rabble-rousing ensemble, originally from Launceston, and now based in London, will play Carnglaze Caverns near Liskeard – their first gig in Cornwall since they stormed the main stage at Looe Music Festival back in September, playing to a crowd of more than 5,000 revellers.

The Carnglaze show is hot on the heels of the release of their latest single, Four Walls , from their debut album, Stitches in the Flag, issued on their own Ship Wreckords label.

Catch them before their summer slots at Glastonbury and Download, as well as a string of other festivals.

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