Takeaway Thieves


Blackpool’s TAKEAWAY THIEVES produce dirty ‘n’ raunchy grooves at a sleazurely pace and have been busily writing songs during lockdown.

Takeaway Thieves
Find My Way Home: The outstretched voice captures the sense of inner bruising…

Find My Way Home” is an unforgettable acoustic number that handles the consequence of addiction and considers the nature of home as sanctuary.

Written and recorded live for a  special “Shut in Session” that allowed subscribers the chance to grab a vinyl master, the song is out now.

Neil Hunter (rhythm guitar) says: “Home is where the heart is.. It is where we smell our mothers cooking, feel safe and have a sense of belonging. Yet for some people their actions conscientiously prevent them from being able to find their way home.”

This is an introspective, finger-picked solemnity with outstretched voice that captures the sense of inner bruising and precipitous deterioration we all sometimes face… At the same, the ballad offers a feathery speck of welcome consolation in cheerless hours.

File alongside: Love/Hate

Words: @neilmach 2020 ©

Drone pilot/camera : Tom Sumner
Filmed for Karmeleon Productions

Link: https://www.facebook.com/takeawaythieves/

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