The Fed Peasants play Jazzy, Upbeat Gypsy-Folk music, with songs covering a range of Social, Political and Personal issues. They are a six piece consisting of: Guitar, Bass, Violin, Piano, Percussion & Vocals.
The project started as a busking duo when lead singers/songwriter Adriana & Tom were cycling around Europe with their dog back in 2014. It then expanded into a 5 piece in Edinburgh, Scotland, where they played many gigs (including the Edinburgh Fringe Festival) and recorded their first album. Last year the band went through yet another transition and reformed here in Adelaide. Bonding over conservation & nostalgia the current line-up has knocked up another album of catchy songs, titled, ‘Humble Pie’.
Join them on July 18th for the launch! Support by Eur-Asian band ‘Moonta Street’.
Address: 246 Rundle Street , Adelaide SA 5000
Wheelchair access: Yes
18 Jul at 9pm FREE
The Fed Peasants first began back in 2014, when Tom and Adriana were cycling around Europe on their honeymoon. The trip was funded partly by busking, & singing to crowds in medieval towns and cities, such as Carcassonne & Cordes sur Ciel, began to rub off on them. After a few months they went back up to Edinburgh, Scotland, & teamed up with 3 other musicians to start a full band. The band busked & gigged all over Edinburgh, including many performances at the Edinburgh fringe, and at the end of 2015 they recorded their first album. In 2016 Tom and Adriana moved to Spain which brought an end to the project, until 2 years later when they reformed the band here in Adelaide. Bonding over conservation & nostalgia the current line up is about to release the band's 2nd album, 'Humble Pie'