Coming just a couple of months after their barnstorming set supporting Willard Grant Conspiracy at the Garage, this was an opportunity for the exceptional Duke and the King to show they can headline. I was slightly surprised the gig was not sold out; you just expect everyone else in the world to share your own perfect taste in music, yet this is rarely the case. But a healthy crowd, most of whom seemed to have word perfect knowledge of the band’s nearly flawless debut, 'Nothing Gold Can Stay,' went home deliriously happy that they had seen the blossoming of a rare, complex and sincerely honest talent.
Ahead of today's nationwide release of The Bunny & The Bull we caught up with Oly Ralfe to talk about the soundtrack that Ralfe Band recorded. Q. So how did your involvement with Bunny & The Bull Come about? Oly Ralfe: We were invited to record a demo for a couple of scenes. We just went for it hard over a couple of days, and they liked it more than anyone elses demo. I've always thought it'd be great to create film music but didn't expect to land a sizeable catch like this. It was quite a fish to fry.