London folk singers the Keston Cobblers Club will soon release their catchy new single 'Beam' on May 13th 2013 following on from the success of their debut album 'One, For Words'.
The video for the infectious tune features people holding up various objects, the names of which sound a little like the lyrics of the song. It also features a girl falling in love with an old portrait and taking it out for picnics and bowling. The main theme, however, is partying and dancing which - coupled with the images of stamping feet at the beginning of the song - links to the true meaning of why the band came about, naming themselves around a fabled cobbler who roped in business by throwing extravagant dances that wore down people's shoes. The song truly is a dance number with a fast, traditional folk melody, a sing-a-long chorus and sweet sounding male and female vocals.
The band are currently on a headline tour of the UK and have already sold out their show in Manchester.
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