VIDEO & PICS: The Staves perform at The Hidden Hut in Portscatho
British acoustic folk rock trio The Staves put on an intimate gig out of a beach hut restaurant on Sunday.
Crowds gathered to The Hidden Hut on Porthcurnick beach near Portscatho for the girl bands’ pop-up performance as part of the Nokia Lumia Live Sessions – designed to show the best, new, upcoming talent.
The band features Emily, Jessica and Camilla Staveley-Taylor who put on part of their performance around a beach camp before the heavy rain forced the trio into The Hidden Hut, where they continued their set over the counter.
The band are currently promoting their Dead and Born and Grown album, which was released at the end of November 2012.
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It features the single ‘Mexico’ which has notched up over 670,000 hits on video sharing website YouTube.
Chefs from The Hidden Hut, recently voted the UK’s best seaside restaurant by The Times newspaper, cooked up huge batches of paella for gig-goers.