With success coming early and love coming cheap, it's been a whirlwind few years for Kagoule - the down-to-earth Nottingham trio content to let everything outrageous slide by as they concentrate on cracking out sublime melodies, sonic twists - and tracks that take you to places you truly want to go to.

Whether it was playing after The Dandy Warhols at a festival on a tiny island by the sea in Norway; appearing at Glastonbury; being attacked by a gang of quad bikers on the motorway; sharing stages with Johnny Marr, The Wytches, Iceage, METZ, Sebadoh and Drenge; or achieving acclaim from Rolling Stone, NME, Guardian, BBC 6Music, BBC Radio 1 - it’s all been a steep learning curve, but a thoroughly enjoyably wild ride.