Guillemots Interview

Originally published on Londonist November 10, 2011

Since releasing their debut album Through the Windowpane in 2006 Guillemotshave grown to be one the best respected folk rock bands in Britain. Renowned for playing typewriters, and filling the stage with antiques, their live shows have taken them to the world biggest stages while acquiring fans such as Paul McCartney and Michael Stipe along the way.

Any accusations of whimsy have rubbished by Brit Award and Mercury Prize nominations, and adopting an experimental approach to pop meant their recent third album Walk The River propelled the band into the realm of Pentangle’s psychedelic acoustica. Having arguably opened the door for the quirky pop of Mumford and Sons, they’ve developed into a mature, driving and phenomenal live band.

How was the tour of South America?
It was great really incredible audiences there was real ………CONTINUE READING HERE


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