An interesting initiative by Crumbs for Comfort. Click here for the Facebook event page quoted below:
We’re very proud to announce that we have been chosen to be the FIRST band to launch a brand NEW revolutionary MUSIC MODEL. And it’s all about the journey we’d like to share with you.
RSVP “yes” to this event so on Mon 1st July we can send you a special code to get a FREE month’s subscription to our SupaPass magical backstage world and exclusive first single “Witches” which can only be heard here!
We’ve been busy in the studio this last year, weaving violin and harmonies into our new songs. From the lofty halls of the O2 Arena in London to some of East Anglia’s finest venues, Crumbs have been on an inspiring trip and SupaPass now gives us the opportunity to share that story.
Every month we will release a BRAND NEW SINGLE (and eventual FIRST ALBUM), exclusively on SupaPass before it’s released anywhere else, as well as behind-the-scenes access to our extensive Backstage World, full of character & humour… pictures, videos, archives and the chance to help and support us on our road to success…
Compared to Mumford & Sons by Major Label Sony’s A&R and “the East’s answer to Seth Lakeman” at the Final of a National Band Competition at the O2, Crumbs for Comfort are also favourites with BBC presenters Sue Marchant and Stephen Bumfrey, naming Crumbs “Brilliant!”.
We believe we have something really good to share with you, so please RSVP “yes” so we can send you the FREE subscription code on Mon 1st July to join the Crumbs adventure on http://www.SupaPass.com/ and make music history with us…
Ben, Alex, Starbuck, Vinny, Liam, Tommo, Jamie, Thea
Crumbs For Comfort are an 8-piece East Anglian indie-nu-folk band: BBC radio Regulars, have played the 02, and are often at Geldeston Locks, Epic and Open (Norwich’s premier venues) as well as all around the eastern counties. Urgent and unique, fresh and driving, wistful and intricate. Thunderous and tender in equal measure, with a passion to charge your soul from, their diverse song scapes regard Heritage, Place, Truth and – although seldom mentioning the word – Love.