Smoke Feathers were lucky enough to be invited on to the Robert Elms show on BBC Radio London on Tuesday, January 3rd. We did an interview with Robert and played an acoustic version of South America live in the studio. Robert was kind enough to call it a "brilliant performance".

Our good friend Leo Lyons shot this video of us playing at the Glastonbury Festival back in June. It's a song called DJ On The Weekend, a track which closes our debut album Liberation.

Here is the first video we have uploaded from our wonderful trip to Glastonbury this year. It's a song called Freedom To Choose, filmed by friends at our final show of the weekend on the Green Field's Tadpole Stage.

Chris from Musicborn shot this cracking video of us playing How Could There Be Love? at the Smoke Feathers warm up show for Glastonbury at London's 93 Feet East.

This live version of To Begin, To End is one of the B sides on our debut single, Liberation Theology. We shot the video at Vale Studios during sessions in the big ballroom. The sunshine was engulfing us that day, exploding through those tall windows - seemed like the right time to document this song.

This is a video for Liberation Theology which we made while recording our forthcoming album at Vale Studios. It was put together with the help and guidance of our good Brighton friend Simon Rompani and features one of the first mixes of the song, before it got the single treatment. Enjoy!

Stu gives us some wisdom from the other side of the frequency vibes.

Bob and Mo Macauley at the beloved Horseshoe Inn (now sadly closed) near Ratlinghope in Shropshire discovered us on our MySpace page and invited us to play at their incredible music nights. It was both a blessing and privilege to be part of their scene. We spent many beautiful evenings at the Horseshoe and made many great friends there (including singer-songwriter Dirty Ray - the former frontman of the Immaculate Fools who used to expertly man the sound controls - and Miles Hunt and Erica Nockalls from the Wonder Stuff). The video below was shot at one of the Shared events that Bob and Mo hosted for Miles and Erica. It is a fairly new song that we haven't had a chance to record yet called "How Could There Be Love?". Watch out for the unrehearsed engine roar... We hope to play for Bob and Mo again one day very soon. This is dedicated to them.