More Log Cabins Articles A rock band has explained why it decided to record its latest album in a log cabin in Somerset.
Leeds-based Cities Between Us said it chose to record the album at Wall Eden Farm's holiday lodges in East Huntspill after seeking a private retreat in the UK, thisissomerset.co.uk reported.
According to the website, after writing the album in Iceland, the band travelled to the Somerset site and rented two log cabins for a month, choosing to live in one and converting the other into their recording studio.
"It's been great - the vast contrast between us being intensely immersed in our music, and also enjoying the peace of the countryside, has generated a high level of energy throughout the album," said guitarist, Nimal Fernando.
It was reported that the band's first official album is due to be released this summer.
Earlier this week, meanwhile, the Hampshire Chronicle reported that a holiday company is aiming to build a log cabin "village" in local woodland.
Forest Holidays has submitted a new planning application to Winchester City Council for the project which would see 60 holiday log cabins built in Micheldever Woods.
Posted by Martin Corby -
03 February 2011
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