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Salle Pierre Lamy go off the beaten track

by Andrew on 26 July, 2012 | 0 comments

Salle Pierre Lamy recently returned from our favourite little festival Indietracks with a spiffing new video.

Edgar and Bryce spent some time with the bands including Tigercats, Allo Darlin’ and others.
Interesting fact No. 247 – Allo Darlin’s bassist went to NEWI (100 indie-pop points go to SPL’s Edgar for that snippet of information). You can watch the full video below.

Indietracks describe the event as “a unique summer festival which combines heritage trains and indiepop music”. The festival is located in the Derbyshire countryside. While the claim to be “unique” is used far to regularly in our opinion, the claim is very much true in the case of Indietracks.  We attended in 2010 and had a great time (this was largely influenced by the huge array of real ales available). Guests are free to enjoy the regular facilities of the Midland Railway Butterley such as the steam train rides and museum, and enjoy a range of new and established indiepop bands.

Salle Pierre Lamy have also recently released several new podcasts featuring the likes of Golden Fable, Ellie Larke, and a special from the Wrexham Science Festival. You can find all their podcasts here.

For more information about Salle Pierre Lamy visit their website.

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