The Family Rain played a Jack Daniel’s JD Roots homecoming gig at Moles in Bath last night (June 13). They were supported by fellow local act Pylo, pictured here opening the show.
Will Walter demonstrated his bass talents to the capacity crowd of just 220.
Ollie Walter gets up close and personal with fans.
Fans had to win special free tickets to the show, which took place at the site of most of The Family Rain’s early performances.
Will Walter finds himself in among old friends and fans after stepping off the stage and onto the dancefloor.
The three brothers played an 11-song set that opened with ‘Carnival’ and featured songs taken from their recent ‘Pushing It’ EP.
Looks like NME’s photographer has been spotted.
Fellow local band Pylo played songs from their recently recorded EP during their support slot.
Their set finished with a raucous version of their debut single ‘Trust Me… I’m A Genius’. Other artists who’ve played JD Homecoming shows include Miles Kane, Maximo Park and Charlie Boyer And The Voyeurs.
Brothers Tim, Will and Ollie stuck around late into the night as Moles turned into an indie disco party.