Hadow House in Broomhill - the old music dept where Ben did his degree - is a suitably wintry backdrop for our Christmas single cover
This was the moment when Ben had to explain his magic tractor joke to a heckler. Nonsense. Photo taken by Sara Hill.
On stage with many of our guest musicians singing 'Tender' by Blur - special times. Photo taken by Sara Hill.
So, our EP is completely hand made... at least this time we had double sided tape instead of EP1's glue gun. This wasn't much fun.
We also take bookings as a wedding band. Most people don't know this. Maybe we should advertise more. Nonetheless, if the thought of us singing Joni Mitchell songs at your wedding sounds like the best idea ever, please do get in touch.
Playing the Folk Forest at Tramlines 2011. Undoubtedly one of the most fun gigs we've ever played. Photo taken by Ruth Johnson.
Our first EP launch at the Riverside. We were blown away by the response to this gig. Everyone in the audience here is a great person. Photo taken by Sam Valdez Lopez.
More from our first EP launch at the Riverside - truly our spiritual home. Photo taken by Sam Valdez Lopez
Yes, we know that's not us. It's the Mother Folkers. There aren't words enough for how much we love this band. And here they are headlining our first EP launch like the bunch of legends they are.
Caz Haigh hand printed a very small number of these feathers for us, we gave them away at our first EP launch and in the special edition EPs we sold that night. One day they might just be worth millions.
Another year, another Tramlines. We've played every year. This gig in Leopold Square was at the time the biggest we'd ever played. I'm sure we were having fun, despite Ben's miserable face. Photo taken by SJ Spode.
Here are our 'proper' press images. We started on the university concourse - with a Napalm Death poster clearly in shot... Photo taken by Joshua Holt.
We then broke into a dilapidated warehouse, worth it for this shot though. Photo taken by Joshua Holt.
We had to carry our instruments up a big hill for this one. Totally worth it though. Photo taken by Joshua Holt.
Waaaaay back when. Here we are recording 'The Bell Jar' with Chris Brain, the first track to go down on our first EP. This was over a year before we finally got round to releasing it...
This was the first time that Ben played a full set with Sarah, and by that stage we were writing together too
And finally, a proper early doors gig just to prove we were there. Here we are at the first ever Tramlines festival at the Green Room, July 2009 as 'Sarah Morrey and Ben (7 Black Tentacles)'. Good times.