Crooked Weather

Sunday

Based out of a tragic mustard coloured 1979 campervan, East-Yorkshire, Crooked Weather play rock infused folk music. The sound is lead by carefully crafted lyrics delivered by the lilting harmonies of Holly and Will. Their original music, although steeped in the folk revival of the 60’s and 70’s, has a raw, modern edge and is augmented by a fierce rhythm section.  

In the last 3 year Holly and Will have toured the lengths and breadths of Ireland, New Zealand, Australia U.S., England and Holland. They debuted as a full band at Kent’s Summer Of Love Festival 2016, and continue to perform at many notable venues from the main stage of Humber Street Sesh to Barrytown’s Settlers Hall.   

“Crooked Weather come from the same fertile ground which gave the world David Crosby’s immortal If I Could Only Remember My Name. They are indie meets World music meets traditional British folk. Think a contemporary Incredible String Band with a 21st century mindset or the acoustic side of Led Zeppelin.” Sid Griffin (Bob Dylan Biographer // BBC Radio 6 Music)

“Female vocals like a hard edged Joni Mitchell – I’m a big fan.” – Dick Taylor (The Rolling Stones/The Pretty Things)

“Every track they’ve ever sent us has been full of emotion and integrity, and quite frankly an example of brilliant, earthly folk music of today.” -Alan Raw (BBC Humberside // BBC Leeds)