- Brew From The Afternoon
- What A Scrummy Flan
- Scone For The Road
- When The Bun Goes Down
- I Bet You Love Food On The Dancefloor
- Still Bake You Scones
- Get on yer dancing choux
The sticksman took to Instagram to reveal his New Year plans for an all day cafe called Ambulo.
Writing about the eatery he said: “Arriving in 2019 All Day Café Sheffield. Different to what I usually post, but I’m getting in the restaurant biz, believe it or not. Happy to be doing it with my mate @jamesohara1 and his capable team. @weareambulo.”
Speaking to Imbibe, co-owner James O’Hara also explained that Helders has been entirely hands on in the process.
“He’s been itching to get involved in some way for a long time. We’d been talking about doing something food-led, and it seemed right to work together on this,” explained O’Hara.
‘He’s actually really involved, it’s not like he’s a silent partner. He spends his life travelling the world essentially eating and drinking. I went over to LA last week and did a load of “research” with him.’
Next year will also see Helders continuing work on his forthcoming solo album which he recently described as “like a John Carpenter kind of thing”.
“I’ve got a little studio set up at home now that, when I’m there, I can commit some time to,” he said. “That’s basically old drum machines and synthesisers – a bit more electronic and a bit more like soundtrack-y, like a John Carpenter kind of thing.”
He continued: “There isn’t really a goal for what it will be yet. I’m just trying to drop in the tools in case, whether it’s a score or a record or what. I’m just enjoying it as a hobby and, when that leads to something, I think that feels a bit better for me when it’s, like, just something I wanted to do and have interest in.”
The band are among the artists rumoured to be headline Glastonbury 2019, while they’ve also been tipped to top the bill at Reading & Leeds next year.