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Kitty, Daisy and Lewis have not only been bandmates for the last 10 years but have actually always known each other – they’re siblings. From using only vintage recording equipment to supporting Coldplay when they were still in their teens, they’re an intriguing bunch. Tey’re bringing their warm, toe tapping tunes along to the Arts Centre this month, along with their ‘rents on guitar and double bass. I caught up with the youngest Durham, Kitty, to find out more.


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How come you decided not to have a more traditional band name but have it as your names? We started out about 15 years ago, and just by accident I guess. When we were young we didn’t think of ourselves as a proper band, we were just doing it for fun. A friend of ours who was running Tapestry Festival asked us to play it but we didn’t have a name. So he just put our names in that order on the poster and it just stuck! You’re siblings. Was your house filled with music when you were growing up and how did you develop your individual tastes? Tat’s a good question. We grew up listening to similar things and in general we do have similar tastes now. We’re close in age, but Daisy’s the oldest and when we were kids she grew up with the Spice Girls, but when she’d bring friends home she’d listen to Elvis or someone more obscure that they wouldn’t have heard. Tey’d be jumping around getting totally into it, which was the case with all of us; we’d bring our friends back and play them something weird like Johnny Cash. I’m the youngest so I guess I learnt a lot from the other two, but I branched out a bit and we went our separate ways as we got older. You’ve been playing together since you


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