The Moulettes

The Moulettes are a folk-stomping barn-storming swingin’ quintet, and are available for bookings in… barns, fields, tents and taverns, churches, castles, caves and caverns, dens of iniquity, jukebox dives, havens of pleasure, splendour and vice… Featured in their orchestra of absurdity are a cello, a bassoon, guitars, violin, viola, autoharp, kazoo, trombone, drums and 5-part harmonies. Their songs are narrative driven alliterative epics of depravity, decadence and delirious devastation, and they deliver a rollicking, resounding live set when called upon.

Horses for Hearses

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The Moulettes - Swing Song

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  1. SOUNDBITES –

    Live Music/ Theatre Project

    Hi Moulletes!

    Really love what you guys are doing. I am a theatre director putting together a night called Soundbites. The idea is to team up theatre writers with bands/djs/solo musicians and get them to write a short play inspired by their music – then perform the play accompanied by live music from that same artist.

    The get it all kicked off I am putting togther a few shorts (3-5min) inspired by a single song.

    We will be rehearsing/filming these over one day at the end of August in the Studio Bar at Komedia, Brighton.

    ‘Cannibal Song’ would work brilliantly for this – I would work with you guys and some actors to integrate your music with the short piece of theatre. The piece will be filmed and then used to promote the Soundbites idea to venues in London. Can’t pay unfortunately, but you will get a free, professionally made music video of you guys performing live with actors.

    Sound like something you might be up for? Any questions give me a shout:

    alexsplace@gmail.com

    07872985808

    Thanks! Hope to hear from you soon

    Alex

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