Latitude 2013 video: Stealing Sheep - Paper Moon
Stealing Sheep are playing the i Arena at this year's Latitude festival at Henham Park, Suffolk
Monday 15 July 2013
The festival is this weekend. Find out more about it here
Nestled under a canopy of trees in the Latitude woods, the i Arena will showcase the most exciting music stars of tomorrow in a truly atmospheric woodland setting.
Hotly tipped psych-folk darlings from Liverpool, Stealing Sheep are Becky Hawley, Emily Lansley and Lucy Mercer. Within days of forming, they had posted a handful of songs online and booked themselves on a UK tour.
With each member contributing separate songs to the group, they released their debut single in early 2011 and attracted plaudits from the likes of Lauren Laverne, Gilles Peterson and Rob da Bank.
Their debut album ‘Into The Diamond Sun’ followed last summer, proving they are one of Britain’s most beguiling new bands. Be charmed by their hazy psychedelic folkatronica and mystical harmonies.
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