Peel Your Own Spuds | Fare Thee Well

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Fare Thee Well

by Peel Your Own Spuds

A lively, inspiring and foot tapping tune telling the universal story of the sadness at leaving home yet looks optimistically to the future.
Genre: Folk: Irish Contemporary
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The long awaited first single from "Peel Your Own Spuds" is upon us. The song, "Fare Thee Well", is an up tempo number which tells a universal story of the sadness at having to leave home yet looks optimistically to the future . The song fits the vocalist Rosie O' Donnell's voice like a glove. She delivers it with energy and style yet it's her sincerity of voice which adds reality to the song. It was written by the mandolin player Tom Flannelly and has a typical Irish feel to it. The song features all the bands instruments which include accordion, fiddle, guitar, mandolin, banjo, tin whistle, bass, drums and bodhran.
The band, who are described in the media as a "6 piece, rip roaring Irish band" are based in Wales. They are regarded as the new faces on the Irish music scene in the UK and are tipped for chart success. They have been featured regularly on ITV television and their original music has been aired right across the BBC Radio network. The "Spuds" over the last year have performed throughout the UK at festivals, rugby grounds, universities and niche venues. Their original material spans many subjects, including emigration, social problems and the "demon drink"! The songs are delivered by a very talented set of musicians, Rosie, Jane, Scot, Mick, Keith and Tom who form a striking line-up when viewed live.


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