For Moulettes, who absolutely electrified the main tent on Friday night, recently got a review in the Liverpool Echo that they won't forget in a hurry.
Much as I enjoy watching Ruth Skipper, who bears an uncanny resemblence to Thelma from Scooby Doo, wearing a dirndl and playing a bassoon - or "doom stick" as she rather knowingly refers to it - the guy from the Echo was evidently even more overwhelmed.
"The review said we were sexually deviant pagans," she giggled, doom stick dangling. "And it wasn't even a busy night," added Hannah Miller.
Read all about it here and decide how much of it was going on in the head of the reviewer. For instance the, um, French horn (which is presumably what he thought the bassoon was).
If that doesn't pack 'em in, I don't know what will...
* You mist watch and listen to this Moulettes song, Unlock the Doors.
* You might be interested in this interview with Moulettes' Hannah Miller from last year.
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