Come and witness the fitness, as Mr Beans On Toast plays a few intimate songs, in his charming and witty style live at Pie&Vinyl.
On Tuesday 9th December at 6:00pm, we are delighted to welcome BEANS ON TOAST before the cult legend plays a very special show at the Wedgewood rooms that evening.
Grab your tickets like they’re hot here:BEANS ON TOAST TICKETS FOR THE WEDGE – BUY
The show is free to attend fir the first 60 people (roughly) trough the doors, when they open at 5.;45pm (ish).
The best thing about our tea time slot in stores is just that – come and get your evening grub, choose your pie, served with creamy mash and minty peas with a smothering of piping hot gravy or traditional liquors and back and marvel at the live music.
We will also be selling the new album, which I’m the gent will kindly sign if you wish.
More info on ‘Beans On Toast’ below:)
BEANS ON TOAST
New Album ‘The Grand Scheme of Things’ – December 1
UK Headline Tour- London Electric Ballroom – December 11
Stream New Track ‘Lizzie’s Cooking’ – https://soundcloud.com/xtramilerecordings/06-lizzys-cooking/s-wxKPd
Drunk-Folk singer, barefoot troubadour and cult legend Beans on Toast drops his 6th studio album on his 34th Birthday. Newly engaged to muse Lizzy Bee and with his biggest year to date behind him, Beans on Toast is turning his irreverent mind to the more valuable things in life with new album ‘The Grand Scheme of Things’. The release is flanked by a 16 date headline tour (with support from Will Varley), including Beans’ largest London show to date, at Electric Ballroom, December 11.
Released on Xtra Mile Recordings, as is tradition on 1st December the album turns to the more wholesome topics of home cooking, an upcoming honeymoon and a whole lot of loving; a marked change in the man who once was a poster boy for recreational drugs. What hasn’t changed though is Beans on Toast’s unrivalled ability to tell a tale, his no holds barred social commentary and his ability to tackle difficult subjects from an everyday point of view. Here, his thoughts from the last year are honestly regaled through eleven life-affirming and frequently humorous tracks.
In the twelve months that have seen him tour the world, open arenas for Frank Turner and play a jam packed summer of festivals, material has come from his experiences, with American tour dates giving way to ‘Fuck You Nashville’ and love song ‘New Orleans Honeymoon’. Memories of his Camp Bestival main stage performance are captured perfectly with ‘Stinging Nettles’, a song he wrote for children about the great outdoors, and topics like gentrification, chicken farming and world peace all get the Beans musical treatment.
Recorded at London’s Soup Studios, ‘The Grand Scheme of Things’ features and was fittingly produced by Sam Beer, an old family friend who taught Beans on Toast his first song on the guitar over eighteen years ago on a camping holiday in Spain, and who was reunited with Beans on the London music circle ten years later. Together, with the help of friends Bobby Banjo and contributors Will Varley and Brooke Sharkey, this is an album that marks a change but not a complete makeover for everyone’s favourite modern one-man band.