Wobbly Hearts, Revolutionary Spirit @ The North Rhyl

By |October 16th, 2015|0 Comments

I guess if you’re gonna upset the gods of guitar tuning, you may as well get it over and done with in your own backyard in front of your own people…
In total contrast to their so far very successful Rockin’ Around The Day Jobs Tour to promote their début album Damned Sucker’s Luck, The Wobbly Hearts brought the gremlins with them to Rhyl.
The album has almost sold out it’s initial print run, such is the strength of the songs and their live performances… Of which, we caught snippets and glimpses tonight… When they did get going the whole place shook.

New Album: WOBBLY HEARTS – Damned Sucker’s Luck

By |October 1st, 2015|0 Comments


Link2wales is proud to announce the release of the début album from The Wobbly Hearts.
Damned Sucker’s Luck is eleven songs of sheer brilliance from the Abergele supergroup that’ll make your spine tingle and your toes tap… But don’t take my word for it… Find out for yourself… Buy, play and never throw away.

Click here to order the superbly packaged CD for £6.50 (inc p+p) and / or download for £5.oo.
Cat No: L2W 004

New Album – This Patch Of Land (link2wales compilation)

By |September 11th, 2015|0 Comments

Link2wales is proud to announce the release of This Patch Of Land – a compilation album featuring 16 of the current crop of excellent bands associated with the website.
The CD is available for £3.50 (inc p+p) from here or you can download it for £2.50 – all profits will be donated to Ty Gobaith Children’s Care Home.
Release Date 11.09.15 – Cat No. L2W 005

Wobbly Hearts release video ahead of new album

By |August 20th, 2015|0 Comments

Wobbly Hearts, Onions, Arron Cooper @ The North, Rhyl

By |May 8th, 2015|0 Comments

It’s always good to stumble upon gigs… Barely advertised, we discovered late on that the children’s paradise called Rhyl was hosting three fine acts tonight at The North.
So the car seat is full of empty bags of fast food, the Friday night curry was rushed, plans hastily rearranged, and we parachuted in time to catch the latter half of Arron Cooper‘s acoustic set.