Mr Tea and The Minions make a welcome return to The Lost ARC on 29 March with support from Candy Mountain.

Bristol based, serial knee jerkers Mr Tea and the Minions play their own unique take on full power Balkan flavoured Ska, Dub, Swing and Folk, inspiring uncontrollable silly dancing and wild bouts of jumping around wherever they go.

Anyone who has come across MTATM before will know that when they are around the party well and truly kicks off, and last time they came to Rhayader was no exception! A sure-fire party starter on the festival circuit (20+ festivals every summer) they have appeared at Glastonbury, Boomtown, WOMAD, Secret Garden Party, Belladrum, Bearded Theory, Nozstock, and Goulash Disko (Croatia), to name just a few!

Their debut album, ‘Tea Your Mind’, was released in 2016, along with an anarchic video to the opening song, ‘Coffee Shop Psycho’. They have just finished recording a second album and will be looking to introduce audiences everywhere to the new music in 2019.

Candy Mountain is a one man foot stomping singer songwriter from the hills of Mid-Wales. A rocking blues/folk style with a big raw voice. Always busy playing local bars and festivals. It’s always great to welcome some more local talent to The Lost ARC!

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