We started off in Peli Deli (can I just say, their chocolate & beetroot cake... amazeballs!) and then embarked on an all-singing adventure on the bus to Masson Mills, Matlock Bath and Matlock.
1) They sang on a bus. A BUS. Even when we all sort of fell over. Just for the joy of singing.
2) They have that rare knack that when they start to sing, whether it be on the bus or in a cafe or out on the street, everyone stops to listen.
3) Singing outdoors with no amplification is really bloody hard to do, especially when you factor in killer sunshine, random passers by and a heck of a lot of traffic noise (motorbikes of Matlock Bath, I'm looking at you).
4) They sing great songs, whether you want a vintage feel or something more up to date. Glee's got nothing on these guys. I hope we get to do a wedding together at some point.
5) They're great fun but they're also exceptionally hard working and passionate about what they do. For the audience this translates as big grins, hairs standing up on the back of necks and mumblings of "I'm-not-crying-there's-just-a-bit-of-dust-in-my-eye..."
But, don't take my word for it! You see I also made a couple of videos while I was
Farenheit Quartet from hannah millard on Vimeo.
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