Going for a cue from earnest, pastoral folk-rockers like Mumford & Sons, the Avett Brothers, and Stornoway, London alt-country/indie folk trio Bear’s Den shaped across the talents of Joey Haynes and ex-Cherbourg people Andrew Davie and Kev Jones. Bear’s Den honed their chops on trips with contemporaries like Of Monsters and Males, the Smoke cigarettes Fairies, and Matt Corby before protecting the opening slot machine for the Mumford’s 2012 efficiency at London’s substantial O2 Market. The group released a set of debut EPs, Without/Within and Agape, through the Communion label the next yr. In 2014, the trio came into the studio room with Ian Grimble to record their debut recording, Islands. Released toward the finish of the entire year, the record strike the U.K. albums graph in the very best 50 and record monitor “Above the Clouds of Pompeii” was nominated for an Ivor Novello prize in early 2015. That calendar year also found the band leave to get the discharge with tours over the U.S., European countries, as well as the U.K. At the start of 2016, Haynes announced he was departing the band to invest additional time with family members; Jones and Davie continuing on. In Apr, the music group released a teaser truck because of their sophomore record, Red Globe & Pouring Rainfall. The record, produced once more by Grimble, premiered in July.