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A-Line sound like Alice in Wonderland at a 1930’s jazz appreciation club. Mixing tales of airplane crashes and snow dust they raise the hair on the back of your neck and transport you to their singular world. They use a range of different string instruments and take inspiration from cartography to Ziggy Stardust, Russian kalinka music to Richard Burton. They released a 7” double A side on their own label Ding Ding Records last year and are currently recording a follow up single and EP.

Featured on BBC Radio 1’s Huw Stephens and Rob Da Bank shows, the single has also been played on a number of UK online radio stations including Resonance FM.

Nice things people have said.

“An as yet unsigned magical piece of music” Rob Da Bank, BBC Radio 1

“This band are absolutely gorgeous” Huw Stephens, BBC Radio1

“Cardiff’s acid folk luminaries” Tom Robinson, BBC 6 Music

“Gemma has a truly beautiful voice” Peggy Seeger

“What a delight” The Guardian Guide

“ A-line are favourites of The Magpie’s Nest conquering the nu-folk sound with their delicate and studied vocals and cool summertime sounds. A real treat, like a pacific wave and gentle folk too” Sam Lee promoter of The Magpie’s Nest

“Psychedelic folk so pretty it hurts.” Warren, Manager at The Bethnal Green Working Mens Club

“A voice that will make you drop your cocktail” Marmalade Magazine

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