Music & Meze at The Hive, Cranbrook – The Breretons on Friday 3rd April 2020 from 7.30pm

Formed in 2010 Kent based folk/rock artists The Breretons were born from the ashes of London rock outfit The Original Sinners, brother/sister duo Marc and Charlotte decided it best to move away from Marc’s hard rock & heavy metal fascinations, opting for a return to their folk roots to play heartfelt story telling songs crafted around haunting harmony vocals.

Genre: Folk / Indie / Rock

Date: Friday 3rd April 2020

Time: 7.30-10.30pm

Ticket Price: £15 per person. NB: this is a limited ticket event

Includes: Entry to the live music event & Greek meze buffet. Drinks can be purchased at the bar.

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More about the band

In 2016 the band were out supporting Michele Stodart of the Magic Numbers in the build-up to the release of their debut album “To Keep You Safe”. The record features a stellar line up of musicians including Paul Winter-Hart (Kula-Shaker) on drums, the acclaimed Henrik Irgens (Jamie Lawson) on Bass, Andy Vickery (Nao) on guitar, and is produced by Jonathon James (My Preserver) and mixed by Joe Hirst (140db). The lead single “Love It” was made record of the week on BBC Introducing in Kent and the album is out now on LP and CD. Described by XYZ Magazine as “The UK’s newest folk-noir superstars in the making.”

Enjoy Music & Meze at The Hive on the 1st Friday of every month

Make it a regular date in your diary – the first Friday of every month – enjoy the vibe at The Hive and support local talent organised and promoted by Big WOW Live. Meet-up with friends, family or colleagues for a night of great live music and mouth-watering Greek meze.

Please note that this is a limited ticket event, so book early to avoid disappointment. Seating is limited and table choice is on a first-come-first-serve basis.

Listen to: ‘Keep You Safe’ is the second single from the album ‘To Keep You Safe’ Directed by Matt Lucas & Matt Harquail, Cinematography & Lighting by Matt Harquail, Edited by Matt Lucas, Produced by Jonathon James.