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Keston Cobblers' Club take over Petts Wood charity shop for new single Beam

PUBLISHED: 15:30 14 May 2013 | UPDATED: 15:30 14 May 2013

Keston Cobblers' Club took over Romney House Cat Rescue charity shop, in Queensway, for their new video 'Beam'.

Keston Cobblers' Club took over Romney House Cat Rescue charity shop, in Queensway, for their new video 'Beam'.

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Four-piece folk group Keston Cobblers' Club turned a Petts Wood charity shop "upside down" whilst filming the video for their latest track Beam.

The group, who released their debut album last year, filled Romney House Cat Rescue, in Queensway, to bursting point with friends - including an arm wrestler dressed in a leopard print leotard.

Jules Lowe started the band with her brother, Matthew, and took on directorial duties for the video.

She said: “The owner of the shop is a friend of a friend and she was absolutely lovely. We went in there and turned it upside down for about 12 hours.

“It’s usually me that comes up with these ideas and they’re mostly things I’ve wanted to do since I was a kid.”

The new song, Beam, will be included on their upcoming EP A Scene of Plenty which is set for release on July 1.

Jules and co will embark on their first headline tour in September, taking in Nottingham, Brighton and Briston. But they are planning on a more local gig in their home town.

Jules added: “We’re considering a Keston gig soon, so watch this space.”

Beam is available to buy at amazon.co.uk. For gig dates and ticket information, visit kestoncobblersclub.com or facebook.com/kestoncobblersclub.

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