A ROMP of Celtic folk fusion is set to come to Cirencester with Roving Crows’ Christmas Show at the Royal Agricultural University on December 9.

Over the past eight years, the Worcestershire and Gloucestershire-based group have cultivated an arresting sound and never cease to push the boundaries of folk rock all the way.

Known for their individuality and brilliant party vibe, the band were announced the winners of the International Artist of the Year at the Australian Celtic Music Awards in May.

The group released their latest album Bury Me Naked in March and received a plethora of fantastic reviews.

The band’s drummer Tim hails from Cirencester and is looking forward to a hometown gig. As a nice touch, his son is the drummer in the support act, local band Plucking Different.

Vital and vibrant, Roving Crows are a must-see live act.

  • Roving Crows are at the Royal Agricultural University on December 9. Doors open at 7.30pm. Get your tickets from rovingcrows.com