By: Tap The Feed
10 November, 2018, 13:00
Imprints originally began as a two piece in Falmouth before gathering a further three members and moving to Bristol to become one of the city’s most delightfully frantic Pirate folk acts; and in Bristol there is quite a bit of competition when it comes to pirates. They’ve played all around the country in that time and in most of the city’s venues, as well as winning the Underdog Battle of the bands. They’re currently on a tour to promote their new album Flagship and will be stopping at Crofters Rights on 24 November.
We sat down with three of the band and a dog called Berry (he plays the triangle) to ask about a range of topics like the sheer number of Cider festivals that exist, most of which they’ve performed at; Freezing to death on Western Super Mare Beach in their pants for the sake of a music video; the trusty tour van ‘Pam’ now deceased and how the new album strays from the subject of Piracy in a few places to focus on Sad Clowns, Zelda and Kebabs cooked in Paris.