Cape Towns Gypsy Jungle Music Collective Crimson House have announced that they will be spending 2 months in Pretoria where they will be working on completing their 4th studio album.
They’ll be playing a selection of shows in Gauteng while they are there and have just returned from the MTN Bushfire Festival in Swaziland, where they were well received by 28000 people in attendance
Following the success of Take A Chance, Don’t Forget To Take Your Medicine and Jo Bounce the band have released the 4th single Pot of Gold taken from the forthcoming 4th album.
New Single Pot of Gold out now on
Crimson House Show Dates Gauteng:
16th June: Capital Craft Beer Festival
22nd June 28 degrees East Pretoria
29th June Railways (Pta)
13th July Rumours (Jhb)
21st July Ou Pastorie (Pta)
29th July Park Acoustics (Pta)
A multi genre gypsy cabaret group that combine a number of styles including ska, Afro blues, hip hop and rock. Cape town, South Africa’s Crimson House has become a festival & club favorite with their high energy interactive live performances becoming that of legends. They formed in 2010 and have since released 3 albums with a collection of chart hitting tracks.
Crimson House initially begun as a bluegrass duo and by 2012 as a high octane blues quartet .The group toured as “Crimson House Blues” and had released two albums under the name, “Smoke Dust & Whisky” (2012) featuring the cult hit “Breaking down low”, and “Red Shack Rock” (2013) featuring “Aphrodite” & “Pindrop Circle”. They dropped the “blues” in their name and released “Come Alive” (2015) which featured 16 songs with the addition of Nick Becker & Gareth Harvey as the newly added horn section that would change their sound forever.
After 2015 The group then featured as the backing band in a cabaret circus in which they adopted a new found love for gypsy music to the likes of Gorgol Bordello and Balkan Beat Box. This new found love lead the group to establish a new direction in their music and thus has begun the new journey of which they are creating for their 4th Studio album in which they are delving into their South African/ Namibian roots.