Phantom Limb are arguably the busiest band in Bristol. Over the past year they've been on the road with Will Young, travelled to Texas for the annual South by South West music event and headlined their own UK tour.
But, these giants of country-gospel still managed to find time to make it in to do a live session with BBC Bristol Introducing.
During March, Sam Bonham and Richard Pitt, of BBC Bristol Introducing, welcomed Phantom Limb into the Den.
The band played songs from their self-titled debut album, including: Harder Than Stone, I'll Have Mercy, and Tumbling Down.
The four members of the band were in high spirits or the session and able to relax into the comfortable studio surroundings of the Den.
Stu Jackson, from Phantom Limb, spoke about future album releases, the "massive fun" had on tour with Will Young and working with producer, Mark Ford, of Black Crows fame.
With a host of support slots coming up, including a string of dates around the country supporting Candi Staton, Phantom Limb are set to extend their reach further this summer.
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