Dorset music fans are in for a treat in November as brilliant Bristol folk rock band Imprints hit the road for a series of live dates. The band will be bringing their high-energy stage show to various South West locations including The Ropemakers, Bridport (16th), The Cellar Bar, Boscombe (17th), The Taphouse, Wimborne (18th) and The Belvedere in Weymouth on the 23rd.

Forging a sound thatís guaranteed to bring foot-stomping fun and the mightiest and fiercest of jigs, their tour ventures them into new territory and re-visits small music venues they are fiercely proud to support. The tour is supported by West Country music and festival promoters Fuelled By Cider. The tour coincides with the release of their debut album “Flagship” on Friday 2nd November.


This has been much anticipated following a successful summer of festival appearances. Highlights included a packed out headline slot at Boomtown Fair, plus notable performances at OUT West Festival, Great Dorset Steam Fair and the Royal Bath & West Show. Kev Davis from promoters Fuelled By Cider said: “Imprints continue to go from strength to strength with their live act, new material, and a brand new album. This is the start of great things for the band and we recommend that local music fans come out to enjoy a great night.” Information on all gig dates and the forthcoming album is available from the band’s website.


The Imprints are
Andy “Urban Steed” Truckle – Vocals/Guitar
Vince “Ging’ Martin” – Vocals/Violin
Annie “3Cannie” Wright – Vocals
Tom “Booket” Bangham – Bass
Tom “Marmaduke” Cornwall – Drums/Vocals



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