New album: Pwdin Reis || Neis Fel Pwdin Reis

If this doesn’t make you happy, I don’t know what will. Pwdin Reis is a Welsh band that successfully combines rockabilly and jazz: jump, jive and wail to the max, sung in Welsh. The experienced musicians have just released their debut full-length album Neis Fel Pwdin Reis (translated: nice as a rice pudding), recorded using original instruments from the 50’s: Neil Rosser plays an old orange Gretsch guitar (signed by Stray Cats’ Brian Setzer), and Norman Roberts the double bass. The eleven songs, including covers of Kim Wilde’s Kids in America and Blondie’s Call Me, are energetic and cheerful, sung delightfully and enthusiastically by lead vocalist Betsan Evans. Nostalgic, but not dated, and above all much tastier than rice pudding. Enjoy!

Out now digitally. Add to wantlist: Bandcamp

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