It would be fair to say that the Sea Cadets are more fond of cake than a salad.
This new track - 'Billy in Bunbury' uses a 1925 Advertising poem by Ruth Plumly Thompson for the Royal Baking Powder Company over the usual nautical post punk shenanigans. Narrated by Patti Cunningham, the song tells the story of Billy, who wont eat.
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Our latest track has Rob channelling his inner Jah Wobble. ? Jah Robble.
'Monty Don' - sometimes its the little things that count...
Wonderfully, Monty Don himself retweeted a link to the video
We do love a poem, especially when its about the countryside, death and Winter...
There's a certain Slant of light
Winter Afternoons –
That oppresses, like the Heft
Of Cathedral Tunes –
Heavenly Hurt, it gives us –
We can find no scar
But internal difference
Where the Meanings, are –
None may teach it – Any –
'Tis the Seal Despair –
An imperial affliction
Sent us of the Air –
When it comes, the Landscape listens –
Shadows – hold their breath –
'When it goes, tis like the Distance
On the look of Death –
Our Soundcloud page has been updated with the most recent songs, why not treat yourself today.
Hello everyone, Why not brighten your day with a look at our new song, Driving to Hunstanton.
A new track which wont be appearing elsewhere else because we cant afford a license….
Released by Lal and Mike Waterson in 1972, it is regarded as a British Folk classic until we covered it…
Jimmy Osmond and/or Neil Reid fans should look away now…….
The Sea Cadets pay tribute to their Mums.
Happy Mothers Day to all Mothers and children of Mothers…
Watch the video here…..