February 17, 2011
Hollah from Camp Ratell! It’s been a while, I’m sure?
Although it’s cold and grim outside, we bring good news that’ll warm your heart; we’ve recently had the first mixes back of our new tracks (we recorded them in November at Steelworks, Sheffield) and they are sounding pretty darn sweet already! We’ll keep you updated on release plans and all that jazz, but in the meantime, if you haven’t already, be sure to download the acoustic/piano versions of the tracks from here for absolutely nothing – because we’re nice like that!
First Days of Freedom Festival – We need YOUR help!
Here’s the deal, we’ve been shortlisted for this uber-cool festival which is taking place in July of this year at a secret location down south. It’s the first ever nationwide weekend festival which is aimed specifically at school and college leavers. Massive bands are rumoured to headline and we just need one final push to make sure we make the lineup (we’d like to do this)
We need you to go on the festival’s facebook page and scroll down to ‘The Ratells’ wall post and ‘like’ our post. Simple as that! We’ve had over 60 likes already and the more we get, there more chance we have of a slot! If you’re feeling really lovely, you could leave us a nice comment too!
Live at Dickens // This Friday // Rotherham // FREE ENTRY
Just a reminder to y’all that we have a headline show down at Dickens Bar in Rotherham this Friday Night as part of Rotherham’s only Indie Club Night ‘Hang The DJ’.
Our good friends “Hero of The Day” and “Gentlemen Amongst Thieves” are supporting us so make sure you’re down early. We’re on around 10.30pm.
It’s free in too, the beer is cheap, and so are the women!
The Ratells xx
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