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Cosmic Sessions // DRAKES ISLAND

Friday, March 11


Drakes Island are a psychedelic/folk band based in the South West of England. Their sound has been compared to artists such as, A Blaze of Feather, Pink Floyd and Bears Den.

To celebrate the release of new music for the first time in over 2 years, the band are getting together at Cosmic Kitchen’s beautiful Plymouth venue and invite you to experience what’s been going on behind the scenes for the past few years.

The band came to fruition when Fergus Tanner sought-out fellow local musicians, Olly Parker and Jamie Yost. Later, enrolling Matthew Gordon Price into guitarist turned drummer.

This sporadic collection of musicians has since formed into a dynamic 4-piece, striving to experiment and produce new waves of music. Hinting at folky roots and existentially growing ambiance, the band has curated a sound that flows and drifts along the line of conformity in music.

DOORS 8PM SHOW 8.30PM £5 ticket / some available on door.

If you would like to dine with us on the night before the gig, then stay and watch the show, please visit RES diary booking site any problems then please call us to on 01752 229955 . Please note, our kitchen closes at 7pm, if you would like to book a food table for the full menu, our last table bookings are at 6:30pm
Alternatively our deli will be serving food from 7- 9pm. Deli foods include rainbow bowls, pastries, scotch eggs, bread & dips & cake.

We look forward to seeing you at Cosmic Kitchen.

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