Being Let Down
our recent single
“YOU’VE LET ME DOWN, YOU’VE LET YOUR PARENTS DOWN BUT, MOST OF ALL, YOU’VE LET YOURSELF DOWN!"
Turns out, WE’ve let THEM down!
This song explores the responsibility we, as the older generation, have for creating a world in which our children’s lives will not be better off than our own and which we leave in a worryingly downward spiral.
Will Hudson, Rangoon
Being Let Down
new album free to listen HERE
'Going Back to the City', is our eighth album, but the first to feature Richard Harrison on bass & Howard Sarna on lead guitar.
The album is free to listen on this website, but also available on all streaming platforms.
Our new line-up has produced a new sound with new songs, and reinvented older ones.
Rich and Howie's innovation and musicianship has created something eclectic, urban yet country, sophisticated yet rootsy and all with a new blues flavour.
It might just be our tastiest album yet!
Lost & Found
Lost & Found is about turning the corner, finding a road home, knowing where you want to be.
Things can be hard, life can be a bitch and you may be a long way from home, but there can be an exhilaration that hits you when you find yourself, when you know what’s right and you take that first crucial step, under your own steam, towards a goal you know you want or indeed away from a past you know you don’t want.
“Once I was lost but now I know I’m found”
Belfast Ferry Feeling
Belfast Ferry Feeling is an autobiographical song written by Will Hudson.
"I lived and worked in Belfast in 1979/80, and my daughter, Zoe, was born there, clocking up a good number of Irish Sea crossings.
Twenty five years later, as a member of a band playing traditional Irish music, crossings were pretty regular for another five years.
The song is about the strength of family ties. As an Australian in London, a Londoner in Belfast, and a father on tour, the ferry crossings were always imbued with a sense of excitement and longing.
This for Zoe, currently expecting her first child." WH, May 2020
Filmed at the Northern Soul Bar Basement, London
'Going Back to the City'
is dedicated to
a talented musician & special effects artist,
who died too young and far from home
"Though I'm growing old,
gonna break the mould,
I'm going back to the city
before I die.
What if this road never ends?"
- Long Road Home
'Going Back to the City' available on
Amazon, Anghami, Apple Music, MediaNet, Deezer, Instagram/Facebook, Google Play/YouTube, iHeartRadio, ClaroMusica, iTunes, KKBox, Napster, NetEase (beta), Pandora, Saavn, Spotify, Tidal and TikTok/Resso
Going Back to the City is Rangoon's first studio album release since 2013
roots & blues, americana
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Sun 29-May 7pm The Southgate Club
Southgate, London N14 5BP
Fri 03-Jun AcklamLIVE, Acklam Village Mkt, 2:30 & 5:30 Acklam Rd, London W10 5TY
Sat 18-Jun AcklamLIVE, Acklam Village Mkt, 2:30 & 5:30 Acklam Rd, London W10 5TY
Sun 19-Jun 8pm The Woodman
Highgate, London N6 5UA
Sat 23-Jul 3pm Barnet Festival
Barnet Playing Fields, London EN5
Sat 06-Aug AcklamLIVE, Acklam Village Mkt, 2:30 & 5:30 Acklam Rd, London W10 5TY
Fri 16-Sep 9:45pm Hoxton Underbelly
Hoxton, London N1 6NU
Sat 17-Sep Luna - the home of live music
8:30 - late 7 Church Lane, London E11 1HG
Sat 08-Oct AcklamLIVE, Acklam Village Mkt, 2:30 & 5:30 Acklam Rd, London W10 5TY
Authentic folk flavours, seasoned with roots & blues and high-energy Americana.
"Smoked-filled nights & whiskey dreams, and nightmares when I'm awake"
- Whiskey Dreams
Original songs, written by Will Hudson, telling tall urban tales of worn-out hearts, broken hearts and lonesome hearts.
All4 at tyres (2)
lead guitar vocals