The new album is recorded, criticised minutely and mastered. The cover design is taking shape and we have nearly managed to agree on the order of tracks (only nearly, mind!). We’re looking into replication and physical and online retail options.
All very exciting, but we are slightly “on hold” at the moment because, in a rerun of what happened in the run-up to releasing “Time Out Of Mind”, two of the band have been stricken with illness. Once again, Sue is Last Man Standing. However, this does give us the breathing space to plan a proper strategy for releasing our magnum opus! Keep watching this space!
… although it would have been nice to have had them.
Folk At The Boat was interrupted by what we can only describe as a monsoon and, as the stage had been set up outside, there followed a short debate on What To Do Next. The suggestion that Triangle should perform on the stage at one end of the courtyard while their audience huddled in the pub at the other end was greeted with – shall we say – some negativity on the part of the band. The compromise position was that we would perform in the pub (cue a certain amount of furniture removal) but unplugged.
So we did! A full hour’s set with not an electrical device in sight. And (we are told) we were audible throughout the bar. Very, very hard work, and our voices are feeling distinctly fragile now, but huge thanks to the pub, the organisers and the audience!