Peel Your Own Spuds | Get Me Outta Here

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Get Me Outta Here

by Peel Your Own Spuds

Lively and infectious tune with a great hook and feel good chorus, a great showcase for the Spuds, full of energy. Give it a listen and see why the Spuds are the band in South Wales at the moment.
Genre: World: Celtic
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Album Notes
The eagerly awaited second single from the Irish Celtic band
" Peel Your Own Spuds" is set for release.
“Get Me Outta Here" will be available for download
from the 1st of March 2011and will be officially launched
at the Manchester Irish Festival on March the 13th where the band will
perform it live.
This contemporary track has an infectious tune that will appeal
to all music lovers. The song lifts the spirits of its listeners with its
catchy lyrics and unforgettable rhythms.
The “Get me outta here” video
complements the track with a Lego animation of the
story created by young Welsh animator Daniel Vodden
Support these loveable Celts and download this track to make a
difference and deliver an Irish Celtic band to the
charts for St.Patrick's Day 2011.
The "Spuds" 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
Celtic 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 songs are
delivered by a very talented set of musicians, Rosie,
Jane, Scot, Mick, Keith and Tom. The instruments
played in the band include accordion, fiddle, guitar,
mandolin, banjo, tin whistle, bass, drums and


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