Immediate download of 8-track album in your choice of high-quality MP3, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire.
CD album in gatefold card sleeve - comes with a unique Nimming Ned beer mat!
Includes immediate download of 8-track album in your choice of high-quality MP3, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire.
“Distinctive English folk rock. The songs deliver a cry of freedom with their ‘way of life’ statements, biting lyrics and memorable, engaging melodies.”
- Tim Caroll, Folkwords
“It’s infectious high energy folk”
- Iain Hazlewood, Spiral Earth
“Top band, one of the highlights of the Festival”
- The Big Session Organisers
“Nimming Ned are just great! Great fun, great music & a great atmosphere.”
- Edinburgh Fringe Review
“Folkwit flexes its fine wings and allows some proper rowdiness…Farewell is outstanding – an exciting taste of what this band is capable of.”
- John Shaw, BBC Radio Nottingham
“I love the guys big rootsy sound”
-Mick Smith, BBC Radio Nottingham
“…delighted everyone with their genuine warmth and gentle humour.”
- Candlelit Acoustic
“The Neds were great…really bright and funny.”
-Burnham Folk Festival
“If there was an award for jumpy, exciting, gutsy acoustic folk rock…these guys would win it!”
- Tim Carroll, Folkwords
About Nimming Ned:
Hailing from the lesser know county of Nedlingshire in the heart of Olde England, Nimming Ned simply do what they know best – playing rowdy folk and telling their colourful tales in a highly infectious and distinctive style. Rising folk festival favourites, the band have now committed 8 of their songs to their debut album, Summon The Crows.
Nimming Ned’s appearances at the Edinburgh Fringe 2 years ago led them to be described as the most engaging, anarchic folk act of the festival.
They are expected to make a significant impact on the 2012 festival circuit with several bookings already confirmed. The band are currently in the process of putting together a national Spring tour to support the release of Summon the Crows.
released 26 January 2012
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