Merry Hell follow up their Hourglass trilogy of single releases with the usual Sunday release of a full album that inspires love and togetherness and hopefully brings a sackful of hope.
The latest member of Merry Hell steps to the plate in our Why I Love series as Virginia Kettle tells us what she loves about Kate Tempest.
No Place Like tomorrow – a solo album from Virginia Kettle, “the creative heart of Merry Hell,” that promises everything from Joni Mitchell to Victoria Wood.
Andy Jones, drummer with Wigan folk rock band Merry Hell, tells us why he loves Rush.
The Hourglass Trilogy by Wigan Folk-Rock outfit Merry Hell comes to a conclusion with Bob Kettle’s Emergency Lullaby (Wasting Time) song.
Bob Kettle from Wigan folk rockers Merry Hell, shares with us his love of Leonard Cohen.
The Merry Hell Hourglass Trilogy continues with the new single, Sister Atlas, written by Virginia Kettle.
Wigan folk rockers, Merry Hell are set to release a series of singles. The first, Leave It In The Ground, is out today.