Our third album, A Dead Bod: Songs of the Humber Waterways, as the title suggests, focuses on the stories of the people working on the local canals and rivers. It comprises a number of our own compositions, plus those by local songwriters including Gezz Overington and Barry Cundill, tunes by Dave Hill and Bill Sowerby, and some reworkings of traditional songs.

You can buy it online HERE.

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