The Day of the Rabblement

The Day of the Rabblement

BandFolkAcoustic

With lyrics and melodies inspired by Bob Dylan, Dory Previn, Sandy Denny, Leornard Cohen & Neil Young, and traditionally influenced instrumentals, The Day of the Rabblement are being increasingly well received across the south,with a growing fan-base.
The name is taken from a short essay by James Joyce written in 1901 stressing the importance of free art that remains true to the artist. It is with this in mind that The Day of the Rabblement write a set of thought-provoking and contemporary song

Biography

After a succesful summer playing many gigs in the south-west including festivals such as Sidmouth Folk Festival & Wickham Festival, the band went into the studio and have just finished off recording their debut album 'Night Time Rallies' to be released in the coming months...