New Single “Nowhere To Sail” Released Today

December 5, 2014

Out December 5th 2014

Our new single “Nowhere To Sail” is officially released today across the world wide web!!! You can find it on pretty much all of the Online music stores including iTunes,Amazon mp3,CDBaby and lots more!

Its always am amazingly exciting time for us releasing singles and albums and hopefully you all get a little excited too to hear new music!

There is a whole lot effort goes into writing,recording,design work and the promotional side of things and we do this all ourselves but in return we recieve all the happiness and glory of you lot appreciating what we do so we would love to hear what you think of the new single if and when you grab it! Feedback is always great to hear when this is such a big part of our lives!

We’d like to say a huggggee thank you as always for showing us your support in whatever way you have… and enjoying what we love to enjoy doing!! This is our life and has been for some time now and its you goodies that keep us alive and help us grow…

Thank you and Happy Everything from Shaggy and Derek!!

Here are a few links to where you can grab the single and we hope ya love our new little baby as much as we do!!! See you somewhere soon!!!!!

ITunes : https://itunes.apple.com/…/nowhere-to-sail-sin…/id926816404…

CDBaby : http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/westealflyers6

Amazon : http://www.amazon.com/Nowhere-to-Sail/dp/B00OAVQ5Z4


Album Review by Sleeping Bag Studios

July 19, 2013

We Steal Flyers – Sidecars & Sideshows Album Review

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I have to admit once I had read the name of this band I had a completely different impression of the sound of We Steal Flyers and their music already buzzing inside my head.  I envisioned young punks taking posted information off of telephone poles back to where they make their music and re-posting it in their jam space – which in my mind now looked like scrapbook on the walls in the picture in my mind.  I’m not too often wrong in a quick “name assessment” of a band regarding which style of music they play – but in this case I certainly was.  We Steal Flyers, I can declare, are officially NOT a punk band – hell – not even “hard rock!”  What a pleasant surprise…..

Upon pushing play I could tell I was in for something a lot different than I find being sent to us on a regular basis from our hard rock town in Vancouver, BC, Canada.  The city itself might not like to be referred to as a hard rock city – but facts are facts – this is what we are and this is the music that holds this city together.  So closing my eyes and just listening to the music, my mind drifts to a dreamlike place full of simpler times and unique surroundings the likes of which I’ve yet to see.

Always looking for a personal relevance in any music I might listen to – this singer/songwriter duo from Northumberland in the UK has me really appreciating how simple it can all really be – that true songwriting stems from the heart and nothing more, with our brains and vocal chords being our first instruments.  I begin to forget my first-world problems that continually plague my beautiful home in sleepingbagstudios and slip into a place where there are no cables or wires, no computers and no hum from the amplifiers.  “No alarms and no surprises,” as the great Thom Yorke of Radiohead once stated…  I’ve been debating leaving North America completely behind in this past month of reviewing and listening to this album and this music and the feeling I get from it are telling me in a very strong voice that a change in this direction might be what I really need.

Welcome to Sidecars & Sideshows – the new album from We Steal Flyers.  I mentioned it has quite the atmosphere right?

It truly does.  It’s a strange but welcoming atmosphere in the sense that it feels so isolated, yet so inviting – so very wanting to be heard and enjoyed by others; a style of music that wants the people involved and a crowd to gather and sing along.  From the moment of the album’s introduction on the short opening track of “Sidecar” you can already get that feeling – it’s instant.  As a first track – this is nothing short of a genius way to start the album – a quick decider that really gives an accurate glimpse into what these two are capable of.

Lyrically these two from We Steal Flyers have continually impressed me more and more as the album goes on.  This songwriting duo of Derek Allan and Jason (Shaggy) Vare completely belong in the company of some of the truly great folk artists of our time – Iron and Wine, David Gray and Calexico all come to mind.  If you’re not convinced somehow in those first four tracks (Impossible) then hold on until track #5 – a song called “For You” and realize the potential and expansive style they can reach from what might be considered a fairly simplistic approach to songwriting.  Let it never be said in my presence that an acoustic duo can’t reach that intensity.  Seriously – listen to this track – “For You” finds a completely unique gear on the album so far and really shows you a slow burning intensity yet to be displayed on the first four.  It pulses along with a slow fire just like “Drive” by R.E.M. did so many years ago now.  And moving right into “Another Song” from there – it’s almost completely apparent that R.E.M. had drawn a lot of influence from sounds just like these in We Steal Flyers, kidnapping them and making them “new” for our North American audience.  In turn, on tracks like “Another Song” you can almost hear that influence being returned to the UK – now complete with that special pop twist Michael Stipe had crafted so well.

I should probably mention – I know there’s more than a few of you out there reading this that I haven’t met personally out there right now – so let me just say up front – R.E.M. was, is, and most likely will remain my favorite band of all time.  Any comparison to that band is hallowed ground to me, not something I’d throw around lightly.  So to Derek and to Shaggy of We Steal Flyers, I tip my hat to you gentlemen – this is music I can appreciate in many many ways.

If I had any criticism of this album – it would simply be that to me it really comes alive from “For You” and forward.  And to criticize that when the main problem in North America is largely the polar opposite with four great songs front loaded and crapola filling the rest – well, that almost seems irresponsible to me.

While I can certainly appreciate songs like “Down We Go” or “Wake Up” – two of the earlier songs on the album – I can also recognize and acknowledge the stretch they make in songwriting over the course of the album as a whole.  I personally think this album improves track upon track from the get go – another reason the song “Sidecar” itself is such a small but brilliant opening.  It’s the tiny musical seed of an album about to bloom right in your eardrums.

Listening to a track like “Butterflies” should give you goosebumps.  This kind of chord progression, this kind of natural songwriting….there’s nearly nothing else I can say other than “good job” as I sit here listening, somewhere between sadness and appreciating the beauty of it all – words suck in situations like these when the music says it far better than I ever could.  Do yourself a favor and pick this album up.  And before you get on your soapbox to rant against me “liking everything” all over again – realize again I’ve already drawn comparisons to my favorite band and here’s another one for ya to cement just how much I love this sound:  The vocals remind me a lot of Robin Wilson of the Gin Blossoms – one of the sweetest and most emotional set of male vocals to appear on record in the last two decades.  While a track like “Something Missing” might actually feel like that to me as a tune I didn’t feel as strongly about – I still completely loved the vocal element of that track and the comparisons it has led me towards.

The ending of this album coming closer with “Can I Be Your Rain” – second to last track, really starts to bring home the entire essence and concepts of the album.  Complete with actual rain sounds falling in the background – you can really sense again that atmosphere that simply MUST be present in the room whenever these two songwriters pick up a guitar.  Heartfelt and real – this track, along with the final track of the album, “My Show” – really display just how beautiful the songwriting can get and end the album with an instant feeling of coming back to it for a second listen right away.

People often dismiss the folk genre – that’s just a fact – one I know firsthand as years ago when I was just a young lad (ok – a LOT of years ago) I had a tendency to do the same.  My years of late and my time at sleepingbagstudios has truly developed a strong bond with this type of music – one that lies in waiting for albums like these among an endless sea of hard-rocking Vancouver tunes.

Ending on the line “You’re all part of my show” was a terrific choice.  After listening to the album (now several times) I truly felt like it.  Like I said, eyes closed – I wouldn’t have even known that I was on my own continent and wouldn’t have wanted to.  This is music that made me stop everything and listen.  The careful craft in the writing, the brilliance in the vocals and melody, the beautiful guitar work in the music – these are the things necessary to truly declare yourself in that class of amazing singer/songwriters.

We Steal Flyers have a check mark in every one of those categories as far as I’m concerned.  This new album of “Sidecars & Sideshows” is completely worth your time and I’d feel confident recommending this acoustic collective genius to anyone with a set of ears.  For fans of the folk genre and lovers of true songwriters –  this new album is simply a must have and this mighty band of two amazing voices through Derek and Shaggy will be something to watch out for in their bright future still ahead of them.

  • Jer @ SBS

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Album Review by Noiseshaft!

July 19, 2013

We Steal Flyers – Sidecars & Sideshows review by Noiseshaft.com

Year : 2013
Genre : Acoustic Singer/Songwriter
Label : Independent
Origin : United Kingdom
Official site : > – here – <

We Steal Flyers is a massively acoustic duo with thorough touring experience under their belt, as the cohesive unit plays 250 shows a year, and is after an extensive US based sonic campaign as you read this review.

The music is gentle, well suited to ease your craving for orthodox country patterns and fascinations, and is resonated with true love towards the style with not many – if any – unwanted surprises to litter the crystal clear agenda. Boundaries are respected throughout, and the reoccurring relative lack of percussive instruments – there are tasteful exceptions – certainly gives an especially intimate tint to the overall listening experience. Read on to know more about this.

As noted, seldom are the times when the band utilizes explicit percussive instruments, and, whenever they do, the narrative intensity tends to grow JUST a little bit more restless in its timber and character, as is the case with track number 5 called “For You”, for example. In this particular piece, the band showcases BUT the hint of an intriguing Pink Floyd influence while remaining faithful to their country roots, and the emotional singing delivery summons Pearl Jam era Eddie Vedder. The same trend seems to be solidifying via another peak moment, “High Times” – nomen est omen, I suppose – in which the band places a clever index finger right to the pulsating intersection of post-grunge morose-ism and radio friendly soft rock delivered from heights pronounced enough to go voyeur on The Bon Jovi.

By the middle point of the release, you will be accustomed to the relatively restrained overall demeanor of the release, and your nervous system will definitely be calibrated according to the related specifications of a space cowboy, although the aforementioned Pink Floyd influence is something that remains somewhat of a beneficiary lurker amidst the consequent declarations. The album is easy (even like Sunday morning, yes) to listen to, and quite dangerless to do that with, too. It all is a matter of your current musical interest, and you virtually can not go wrong with what this band has to offer, in case your fascination equates with the gentler kind of country that is quite masterfully produced and soulfully delivered. An immediate recommendation for the devoted country aficionado, and a nice moment of lush, orthodox harmonies for everyone else.


Sidecars & Sideshows

July 17, 2013

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Sidecars & Sideshows

The new album from We Steal Flyers

Yayyyy thats right .. its finally here! The brand new album has been freshly homegrown and we are now proud owners of the 1st 1000 hard copies. The album is available from our website to purchase for £6.00 with free delivery and £7.00 if you live outside the UK. We cant thank everyone enough for being patient while we put this together but its finally here with us and ready to be shipped to all you lovely peoples!

Exciting times for us as the album is already doing great through iTunes and online services and to finally have these in our hands ready to share is a great time for us.

If you would like it signed just drop a note in the box at the check out and we will be happy to oblige.

Happy everything from the smily happy northumbrian Duo.. and thanks for all your continued support that makes our life so special…  Shaggy and Derek

Here is the Music page where you can check out the new album!

“Sidecars & Sideshows” – New Album

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October 2011 “Switzerland Tour” – Part Deux

October 27, 2011

“Student Grant” here again to continue the adventure!, I’m a little behind so let’s begin!

Day 4 – The Hills are alive with the Sound of Music

after waking up at the  “Scweifhsjdjcnoffen” the  guys met up with me in the lobby, to sort out our bags and get ready for the next stage of our adventure, heading into the mountians to play at the Espresso Bar While we waited for Mark and Patrick to pick us up and take us to the gig we helped ourself to a few free apples from the hotel lobby, at least…I hope they were free. Within a few moments Mark had arrived, ready to take us to Grindlewald. while on our way there was some amazing scenery mountians as far as the eye could see…well as far as me and Derek could see, after a few miles on the road, Shaggy was fast asleep, I’m one to talk though, I too was fast asleep after half of the trip. By the time we where at Grindlewald we where starving and sleepy,so after lugging our bags to our room’s there could not have been a better time for coffee. After finishing a very nice cup of coffee with Mark and Patrick outdoors in the beautiful sun shine whilst staring up at these snow covered mountains all around us, we went back to our rooms for a quick rest before the sound check.

Within no time it was time to set the gear up, when we arrived at the bar we met Jens Bremm and he was a great guy and a real character! not long after the sound check we where taken for our musicians meal and of course shaggy had his beer in hand,, a big ol’ bowl of chicken noodle soup, a big piece of pork and a godly desert to finish off with! about an hour passed and it was time for the gig, damn, that place was crowded! The place was alive and the boys did so well they were asked to play another short after there 3 x 40mins at Spinners. The Swiss lads really turned the night into something amazing.. banging the chairs and drumming on anything they could find ..including there mates heads?? whilst Patrick the Rockstar and Mark played it cool at the back of the room whilst plying themselves with way too much alcohol.This was a definate one for the guys to remember and we even met the Swiss Jack Black on the way out who we later found out had cooked our meal in the hotel earlier.

Day 5 – Legends Have it!!!

UP AND AT EM!! Well another fine day in Switzerland and we would have loved a lie in but the guys were coming to grab us ready for a drive down the mountains back to Luzern ready for our gig in the fantastic Legends Bar. So we grabbed our bits n pieces and wandered down to the pick up point where mark and patrick met us and started to head back.

We decided to make a pitstop at a garage on the way down to get some fuel and maybe some coffee to shake off shaggys beer head! So.. we grabbed a few things made our coffee from the machine at which point shaggy decided to walk across to the counter to pay by holding the coffee by the lid….. oops!!  The coffee dropped and exploded all over some poor gals legs and the floor. Shaggy looked a little glazed and he said he didnt know how to say sorry and carried on making another one..   but when he got to the counter he didnt look too happy about having to pay for 2 coffees and a bagel while we creased about the floor laughing at him.

We hit the road once again and finally reached Luzern where we got dumped with out cases outside legends bar and met back up with  Billster the Tank Man for a coffee outside. After coffee’s were done and a bit postcard hunting we headed up to the appartment to get rid of our bags and get cleaned up for tonights Unplugged gig.

We landed at the bar around 7.30pm to a warm welcome as always in Legends. A bit chat and a few more coffees and beers and the lads were off on the start of their set which turned into a jam session..  we had ahmed on the cahjon join them first who was a brilliant drummer and give the songs that special extra something then we had Gemma who decided to play us a few songs with shaggy joining in on the noodly bits! Then gemma decided to take to the box and join the lads with her drumming… first time on it too and she sounded great! Rockstar Patrick tipped up with his guitar and played some great songs and then the lads finished off with some sing alongs and had the whole bar singing along with them…  They have a natural talent in getting people to join in and be part of the show which is amazing to watch from the other side of the fence. At the end of the night of the girls who had been at the bar listening to the mucic showed shaggy and derek some drawings she had been doing whilst they were playing in the bar.Amber was a fantastic artist and after a little chat with the guys it looks like she will be doing the artwork for the album too.All in all another amazing night in our home from home..  Legends. We headed up home with kebabs in hand and another day was done!

A Welcome Break – 4 Days off

Well it was time for their well deserved break of the tour. We Steal Flyers had rocked every bar and they deserved some time to relax. We lounged around the appartment a lot of the time and played songs on the balcony in the sun. Bill took us out on a trip up in the mountains in the car which was a wicked drive but I think health and safety hadnt been up on this route at all. After parking up the car and paying for a ticket we then found out that the bar was closed at the top so down we go again!

Another day off and we were invited to Margo’s Rockstar Mansion for a look around. She was a friend of Bills and said we could go for a look around as she was house sitting and this place had to be seen to be believed. The house was amazing and it was amazing to see how other people lived. After she made us some spicy cheese and fed and watered us she took us down to the lower level. An indoor Swimming pool that would put ashington baths to shame, a huge gym, a spaceship for a hot tub and turkish bath all looking out onto the mountains that surrounded luzern. What a place this was and I think a game of Hide and Seek would take a while in there for sure. We also met the lovely Shaula who was Margo’s dog and she was a great little gal who I managed to become great friends with. God’s Tears hahahaha. Its great meeting all these people and making friends along the way and has made this trip extra special for all of us. Speaking of freinds.. in enters John Castle again as part of the We Steal Flyers Legacy.

Horses for courses , Nickers for Snickers

As you can imagine we spent a lot of time in Legends on our days off and the lads still did a lot of playing on the night time..  one day was particularly special though… THE THONG DAY!!

John Castle is a great freind of the lads. He’s a hometown Dallas lad who lives in Switzerland now and is always hanging around at Legends and tipped up to a lot of the gigs for the boys..  but one memory which im sure has been burned into the brains of all that witnessed it was shaggy and John’s Thong moment. We were hanging with John at Legends one afternoon and Me and derek were heading for the Co-op to grab some food while a very protective shaggy waited at the bar incase someone stole his pint. John was going to the co-op with me n Derek and asked shaggy if he wanted anything. Shaggy requested a “sNickers” the nutty chocolate bar of champions..hahaha

We headed to the store and grabbed some things at which point John castle had an idea and grabbed something a little special while we were there for shaggy..  We headed back to the bar where shaggy was waiting for his chocolate and John pulled out his present for shaggy. A black pair of sexy knickers at which point shaggy said.. “I said Snickers ….. not nickers??”

Now at this point we are all creased up with laughing but shaggy had a plan… dropped his trousers and flung off his undercrackers..  and slipped on his new Nickers! Oh my god you should have seen the look on the Castle’s and Bill’s face, priceless. We were laughing so hard while shaggy pranced around in a lovely black thong and obviously the phone cameras came out and off the photos went to Facebook. The thong is now legendary and is hanging up on the wall in Legends bar so if you ever make it to Luzern and would like to check out the local history, head to Legends and look up to the right of the big screen..  Shaggys little piece of decoration finishes off Legends just right I think.

PART 3 will be coming soon and enjoy the reading!   Student Grant A Bead.. if you have any memories of the guys or anything to add please leave a comment below to let us know your reading this stuff!! Thong thong thong thonnnnnnng thonggggggggggggggggggg!!


October 2011 “Switzerland Tour” – What they do – Part 1

October 19, 2011

Hello, It’s me, “Student Grant” and I’ll be updating the blog along the way of the tour ,shooting all the photos and videos and hopefully giving you a full insight into what the guys are like on tour. Enough of me.. lets get straight to it… enjoy the adventure!

Day 1 of the Tourwhere it all began

So,  me and Derek arrived at Shaggy’s place at 11:00PM on the 11th of October, all set to begin our adventure and we decided a game on the ps3 was a good plan to pass a couple of hours until we left at 3:00am.after about an hour and a half, Shaggy was fast asleep on the couch with pizza all over his face, when the time came to wake him,at about 3:00AM me and Derek had to decide who woke him up…with a game of rock paper scissors, lucky for me, I won. After waking a very sleepy Shaggy up we got the car loaded up and began our jouney to Manchester Airport, three hours later we had arrived at Manchester where we had  to leave the car. Finaly, we were past the long painful part of the trip now all that was left to do was get a bus from the car park to the airport itself, this journey was made extra special by our amazingly “happy” bus driver. Less then a minute or two had passed and we had made it to the airport entrance, after making it through security without getting attacked things were looking pretty good!  some time and a coffee later it was time to board the plane, Finaly! Switzerland was in sight! lucky for us we were only on the plane for an hour and a half due to it being 20 miniuts early! Not long after we got back through airport security once again at Zurich, we collected our bags and met up with our old friend Bill Weir, the owner of  “The Legends Bar”  He was kind enough to drive us back to the appartment he was letting us use for a few days, What a guy!  Now we were  unpacked and ‘sorted’ Bill took us for a coffee and we caught up.

Day 2 –  Kinda like the Blues Brothers …. but Different!

The first of gigs the guys were to play was at a bar called the “Bruch Brothers”where we were looked after by the owner Philip Husler, with 2 litre bottles of water and a huge bottle of diet coke on stage ready for the guys during the show and plenty coffee to keep us alive after the 4:00pm soundcheck . The gig went amazingly, and as you would expect the guys blew the roof off of the place, while still keeping the sound below 95 decibels, that’s right. there was a giant decibel meter staring the guys in the face through the gig and if it hit the 95 mark.. out goes all the electric, but the crowd was great, so great infact the guys where asked to continue playing long after the gig ended and of course they did. It was great to hear the crowd actually asking for original songs like “No Secret” and “Our World” which they had been viewing on the youtube page before we arrived.

So with that the night had came to an end and we made our way home to Bill’s place… with a very drunken shaggy who enjoyed some dancing with the locals (if you can call it dancing) and kebabs and guitars in hand. Time to hit the sack and a job well done.

Day 3 – How do I say that hotel’s name?

So our third day in Switzerland had arrived and we popped up around 10am to the sound of hells bells by AC/DC, oh wait.. it was just the huge church outside our window that had been gonging all night long. Thanks for that you crazy bell shakers. We headed down to our favourite kebab shop just outside the appartment (or kebap as they say here) to find new owners and a whole new layout in there since the last tour. But we thought we’d give them the benefit of the doubt and ordered after many “ehh…engleesh?” “anglais yes” “we are ENGLISH” then pointed at the menu and made a mhmmmm noise for each thing we wanted. Im sure at some point they mumbled pirate under their breath to while serving derek his Kebab wrap. I had a little donner box (pleased it was spelt donner and not Donna) which was just a meaty box of goodness.(kinda the same as the Donna Box) and we filled our boots then headed down to Billys Bar. The amazing ,fantastic, brtitish pub looking Legends in Luzern and winner of the Best of British Pubs in Switzerland in the Telegraph in 2010.We Drank some more coffee then off to check in at the Hotel where the gig was being held.

Holy Cow BATMAN!! Their gig tonight was at the Hotel Scweifhsjdjcnoffen (I’ll maybe correct that with the right name later as we cant even say it so i think a copy and paste might be the best idea) This place was amazing and one of the biggest hotels ive seen and it also faces the Lake Luzern right in the middle of town. Manuel took our bags from us at reception and we jumped in the lift. Well Derek didnt as he doesnt do lifts but Manwell insisted on pulling him in. Derek was having none of it and set of on the stairs four flights up on the biggest staircase youve ever seen.

The porter let shaggy in his room ,showed him how the door worked and then placed shaggys bags on a baggage holder thing? At which point manwell stuck his hand out to shaggy for a tip we think. Shaggy did the right thing and shuck his hand instead and sent him out the door to dereks room, oops. With the eventful day over it was tine for the gig, the guys were set up to play in a huge hall with a bar in the centre but even with all of this room it was still amazingly crowded. Before the gig the guys and myself were treated to a meal at the hotel, the food was fit for a king, and I’m sure we turned a few heads as we sat at the best table got an awesome meal and walked off without paying…When the guys started to play the crowd were won over almost instantly, while the gig ran on Mark Chesterfield the tour agent was hosting a whisky tasting table that proved to be very popular with the crowd. as the gig came to an end  I Packed away the camera and went outside to see how Shaggy was doing…He was laying over a table in pain, it turns out he had opened the door and stubbed his foot on the first step causing our ‘king of balance’ Shaggy to fall down and flip the table, what a legend… after a bit mingling with the good people after the show we decided to head out for a drink with Bill,Andrea and someone who i cant remember his name.. (lets call him Schmeagal for now) We headed into the Irish bar where we had a coffee at 2am apart from shaggy who was enjoying the Free Beer and had to carry on with it. He disapeared to the toilet upstairs and didnt come back for over an hour… he went out for a smoke on the roftop where he met Harry Potthead who said he was a musician too.. turned out he was a Rapper and shaggys new freind. So from then on shaggy was called MC Hammer for the rest of the night.Its so strange seeing everyone in the bars just smoking pott on the balconys and making joints.We headed off to a sports bar for one more drinky then once again as the night came to an end, we headed home for the night, lucky for the guys they where able to stay in the five start hotel that I’m still unable to spell or pronounce, let’s go with “Scweifhsjdjcnoffen”…while I had to head back to Bills pad. After a good night of sleep we where ready for the next chapter of our adventure, heading into the  mountians to Grindlewald @ Spinners Bar. Here we gooooooo!!!

Student Grant is signing out and will be with you with the next part of the adventure very soon!! I love this life!!


Yorkshire Tour & Brass Monkey Brewery

August 3, 2011

Well we are finally back from our mini Yorkshire tour and once again… It was amazing and one of the best so far! Massive thanks to Rich and Brass Monkey Brewery for making the Tour possible and making us more than welcome as always!

The tour kicked off 11 days ago and we landed at our first gig with a few hiccups to say the least but .. enough said about that the better we think.. lol..

From then though we kicked off the Thurstyfest 3 Festival on the saturday morning and the Rose & Crown sure know how to throw a festival!

Every gig from that point on was amazing and we had so much support though out yorkshire from the local press, to familiar faces and people travelling 100’s of miles to come to a show and of course rich and freinds and the Brass Monkey Brewery for sponsoring the whole tour.

We even managed to squeeze a day off in the middle and nip about and check out the scenery. We popped down to Holmfirth where they have the famous cafe from the TV series “Last of the summer wine” and travelled up to the beautiful Castle Hill for some great scenery and the fotos will be on the We Steal Flyers FACEBOOK page soon.

Well all that is left to do now is to nip down to the brewery for a weekend and create our “We Steal FLyers” beer for sale in bars down in the yorkshire area , which we cant wait for!

We’re returning to the Rose & Crown for the New Year Eve;s party to play some songs and party the next year in… and we cant wait!

What an amazing tour and thanks to every single one of you who made it special…

Shaggy n Derek!  http://www.westealflyers.co.uk

Heres a post in the Huddersfield Examiner about the Tour    “News report”