Continuing our series of explorations of the musical landscape of Jersey, in particular the pubs and clubs of St Helier hosting live bands events. On Friday June 30th we had a great time at the Troubadour in the company of Kilig & Fernweh, a rootsy, funky 5-piece band and their appreciative fans. The band mixes exuberant improvisation with a solid cache of craftily woven originals, pop-hooky but not conventionally so, drawing from an eclectic set of influences from rhythm and blues, jazz funk and blue-eyed soul.

Since forming in 2015, Kilig & Fernweh have made their mark with crowd-pleasing shows at the Troubadour, Havana, and Channel Islands surfers mecca the Watersplash in association with Trunk o’ Funk. They have delighted audiences at summer festivals including Folklore, Peas & Glove, Vale Earth Fair, Groove de Lecq and Jersey Live.

 

 

Rory Drinnan – bass
Isaac Evans – vocals
Joe Evans – percussion
David Miles – drums
James Painter – guitar

Filmed and edited by Chris Almond
Audio produced by Gary Law and Chris Almond

Kilig & Fernweh on Facebook

 

Stream and download the audio from Logamp using the link below

Kilig & Fernweh – Live at the Troubadour

 

00:16 The Wrong Road
04:51 It’s What They Say
09:01 Oh Well
12:37 This Is How Much You Like It
18:09 Untitled (improvisation)
24:29 You Say Run

 

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