Sunday 15 October 2017
Live music begins at 7.30pm, Gates open 7pm
The live music programme at Deepdale Backpackers & Camping continues with a Sunday Session by the wonderful folk & blues fusion that is Falling From Trees.
Founded in late 2013 by two brothers and a sister, Falling From Trees are an acoustic four-piece currently based in Norwich, UK. The band have gained widespread acclaim for their lively performances and eclectic sound, fusing folk and blues influences with soulful lead vocals and effortless harmonies.
In 2015, Falling From Trees released their first studio recording, "On and On" (EP), earning significant air play and a track of the week pick for "Distant Little Stars" on BBC Introducing in Norfolk. This was followed by "Words" (EP) in 2016, which further solidified the band’s sound and saw widespread recognition, including a glowing review from FATEA Magazine who described the title track as a "folk anthem".
Outside of the studio, Falling From Trees are prolific in the Norwich and Norfolk music scene, performing at every opportunity; a passion that has translated in to a myriad of opportunities, including sharing a stage with Mark Flanagan of Jools Holland’s Rhythm and Blues Orchestra at the Southwold Arts Festival and performing on the BBC Voices stage at the Lord Mayor’s Celebration in Norwich.
We prefer to have open air performances in the Backpackers Courtyard, the band under cover and the audience enjoying the fire pits and dark skies of this beautiful part of the world. However if the weather is horrible, then we move into the Brick Barn out of the inclement weather.
There are benches in the courtyard, but you are welcome to also bring fold up seating. Please don’t bring food or drink. There is a bar from Norfolk Brewhouse & Black Shuck, serving beers, wines and cocktails.
We can’t imagine a better end to a late Spring weekend, so why not join us. Book a bed with us in the Hostel or a pitch on the campsite and entrance is included. Otherwise, tickets available in advance from our website for £3.