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Fisherman’s Friends soundtrack to be released in March

Find out all the details for the soundtrack Keep Hauling.

Fisherman's Friends
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Fisherman’s Friends will release Keep Hauling, the soundtrack to the upcoming Fisherman’s Friends film on 15th March 2019.

Available for pre-order now, Keep Hauling features 17 Sea Shanties, some old, some new and some almost blue. Fans who pre-order the album will receive Le Capitaine De San Malo instantly.

Fisherman’s Friends, also released on 15th March, is based on the true story of the West Country musical phenomenon, a band of fishermen, shopkeepers, potters, and builders, that got to together 30 years ago to raise money for local charities by performing sea shanties on the beach in Port Isaac. The group has performed on Glastonbury’s legendary Pyramid Stage, at the prestigious Royal Albert Hall and subsequently have toured all over the UK.

The film stars Daniel Mays (The Limehouse Golem, Swimming With Men), James Purefoy (Rome, Netflix’s Altered Carbon), Tuppence Middleton (War & Peace, The Imitation Game), David Hayman (Finding Your Feet, Viceroy’s House), Dave Johns (I, Daniel Blake, Walk Like A Panther) and Noel Clarke (Brotherhood, Star Trek: Into Darkness).

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Fisherman’s Friends was shot on location in Cornwall and comes from director Chris Foggin (Kids In Love) with a screenplay by Nick Moorcroft (Finding Your Feet), Meg Leonard (Finding Your Feet) and Piers Ashworth (St. Trinians).

The track listing for Keep Hauling is:

1. Keep Hauling
2. Nelson’s Blood
3. John Kanaka
4. The Coat Of High Barbary
5. South Australia
6. Little Lize I love You
7. Widow Woman
8. Le Capitaine De San Malo
9. Blow The Man Down
10. Shanty Man
11. Oh You New York Girls
12. The ‘Trelawny’ National Anthem
13. The Leaving Shanty
14. No Hopers Jokers & Rouges
15. Fisherman’s Blues
16. (What Shall We Do With The) Drunken Sailor
17. Union Of Different Kinds

Fisherman’s Friends live dates for 2019 are:

Sunday 27th January – Celtic Connections Glasgow
Saturday 9th February – Fowey Festival
Saturday 16th February – Kings Hall – Ilkley
Sunday 17th February – Pocklington Arts Centre – York
Monday 18th February – Opera House Buxton
Thursday 7th March – The Regal -Evesham
Friday 8th March – The Platform – Morecombe
Saturday 9th March – The Mechanics – Burnley
Wednesday 20th March – The Capitol – Horsham
Thursday 21st March – The Apex – Bury St Edmunds
Friday 22nd March – The Stables – Milton Keynes
Friday 29th March – The Pavilion Worthing
Saturday 30th March – Theatre Royal Margate
Sunday 31st March – Tivoli – Wimborne
Tuesday 14th May – The Minack Theatre Porthcurno
Wednesday 15th May – The Minack Theatre Porthcurno
Sunday 26th May – Rosemoor Gardens
Friday 5th July – Penlee
Sunday 4th August – Cambridge Folk Festival
Friday 23rd August – Towersey Folk Festival

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