No strangers to the Audlem Festival here's a couple of snippets you may not know about TTB.
They formed during a recording project in 2006 in Williamsburg, Brooklyn in New York City.
Their debut studio album 'Under The Pavement' featured as BBC Radio 6 Music 'Album Of The Day', BBC Radio 2's 'Single Of The Week' — 'Only Waiting', which also featured in the hit TV series 'Skins' and the album track 'Angel of the morning' also featured in the Ian Dury biopic 'Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll'.
The band won the Glastonbury Festival 2008 New Talent award. Micheal Eavis personally chose the band as winners and said of the band — "they take me back to my roots... marvelous music to saviour and enjoy".
Playing at the festival Monday Bridge Inn 5.30pm
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