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Alternative / Folk / acoustic

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New Ep Rumpelstiltskin released April 2013 and played on BBC 6 Music.

Flaming June's EP Nerves of Steel won the award for best EP of 2011 from FATEA Magazine.

Flaming June have supported Eliza Carthy, 6 Day Riot, Ellen & The Escapades, Ed Sheeran and Bella Hardy + more.

They have also played the Ely Folk Festival.

Singer/songwriter Louise Eatock writes intelligent and powerful heart felt songs which are catchy and addictive, humorous and dark.

There live shows are high energy and passionate which makes them a great live act for festivals.

Recent Posts

Violinist wanted for gigs

Flaming June are seeking a violinist for live gigs in the Peterborough/Cambridge area. An electric violin or an acoustic with a pick-up would be ideal.

Violinist wanted

We are looking for a reserve violinist to play with alt/indie/folk Flaming June for when our main violinist is unavailable. We have been played on BBC 6 Music and have supported ELiza Carthy.

Flaming June - Support act required for EP Launch at CB2

Flaming June will be holding an EP launch gig at CB2 in Cambridge on Wed 19th June to celebrate the release of their acclaimed 7th EP "Rumpelstiltskin & The Perils and Promises of Womanhood".

Violinist/baking vocals wanted

Violinist with backing vocals wanted for alternative folk act Flaming June. Louise Hamilton (singer/songwriter/guitarist) is looking for a new violinist/backing vocalist for Flaming June.

Bands wanted for family fundraiser

Hi, I am organising a family music event for charity at a school (alcohol licensed event) just outside Cambridge on Saturday 29th Sept 2012. Genres required : acoustic/rock/indie/folk - family friendly material, original music preferred but some covers would be fine.