Naseby Crossing
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Naseby Crossing


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Four track EP 'Sailorman' just released on our own label - listing:

Together A Part
The Wife's Lament
In The Arms [Of Someone Fun]

Currently working on first album due for release later this year. Provisional track listing:

Like A Rag Doll
Together A Part
Each and Every Turn
All Dried Out
Put The Radio On
At The Turning of A Card
How Wrong (Can You Be?)



Naseby Crossing came together in September 2009, our set has been written in that time - some 15-odd songs, and they have just completed their first EP 'Sailorman'.

Already presenting a mature, cohesive body of work, Naseby Crossing's songs draw on folk, roots and pop/indie influences. Recurrent themes of identity loss, time and migration become apparent on listening to Naseby Crossing's music. Socially-aware, and community-orientated, the songs don't just gnaw over the bones of life's injustices, but present a modern and progressive solution for the 'brand new plan', an appeal for people to become more aware of what it is that is happening around them.

Naseby Crossing's primary aim is to entertain people - and the music does this. Throw into the mix good musicianship, and a light-hearted, warm delivery of the set while the stories are played out and told, you'll find people leaving Naseby Crossing's shows thinking 'yes - that was a damn good band with something to say'.