Rugeley gig for CoCo and the Butterfields

Acoustic pop act CoCo and the Butterfields are to unleash their Monsters EP next month, playing a date at Rugeley's Lea Hall to promote it.

CoCo and the Butterfields are playing at Rugeley's Lea Hall
CoCo and the Butterfields are playing at Rugeley's Lea Hall

Released on October 26, a spokesperson described Monsters as: "By turns delicate, yearning and breezy, the tracks capture the band at the peak of their powers with songs about devotion, lost love and the redemptive power of supporting the vulnerable.

The release features this summer’s singles Monsters and Puppets which have helped to swell their growing number of fans even further.

Backers old and new will be able to hear the material when they play the Sandy Lane venue on December 7.

CoCo and the Butterfields are multi-instrumentalists and vocalists Tom Twyman and Dulcima Showan, hailing from the beautiful city of Canterbury, Kent, where they honed their craft busking on the streets. They have expanded to a five-piece, swelling the sound but not losing that core signature of polished acoustic Americana-folk.

In addition to the title track and Puppets released this summer, their fifth EP also features Giants, Animals and Robots. Its release will also coincide with an unplugged version, also available on October 26.

Tickets for the Lea Hall gig will be available soon. To keep an eye on release dates and for updates on the band, visit their Facebook page.

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