Infectious and colourful
We just had to invite the immensely popular CoCo and the Butterfields back after their last show. They are just different and went down a storm.
They call themselves an indie pop band, a genre combining folk, pop and hip hop or what might be called electro-folk-pop, and they hail from Canterbury.
They are a highly original band with an infectious energy.
Yet the atmosphere is intimate and popular with audiences of all ages. Their uniquely styled music transcends genre. CoCo and the Butterfields say they are on a mission to bring people from all backgrounds together, to have a good time.
They certainly put on a colourful show.
The band consists of Canterbury buskers Tomas Twyman (lead vocals, acoustic guitar), Dulcima Showan (vocals, violin), Jamie Smith (keyboards), Patrick Channon (bass) and “Handsome” Rob Wicks (guitar).
“Bespoke music but not as you know it – CoCo and the Butterfields are a young acoustic five piece who have managed the almost impossible task of creating a sound that is almost entirely unique…A great entertaining and totally unique band at last.” Dan Lucas, Record Producer
Note: This concert is on a FRIDAY