New album
Available for pre order

Point Quiet album cover

Ways And Needs Of A Night Horse

Here's a pre taste of the album:

The West Wind (full)
New York Or Not New York (sample)
The Man I Once Was (sample)
Ways And Needs Of A Night Horse (sample)

Pre order price, only € 12,--. Or even less, if you order more than one. Visit our store, or mail us (in Dutch or English) for more info.

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Available in our store

Point Quiet album cover

Point Quiet album

Released on Continental Records Europe and distributed by V2.

Deseronto

Deseronto is a small town in Ontario, Canada. And it's the title of the album that we released back in the days, before we were Point Quiet.

Deseronto cover

We've got some left in our store.

News

Grimhuysenpark, Ulvenhout, August 7
August 11, 2014

Groninger Museum

Groninger Museum

Groninger Museum

Groninger Museum

 

Pictures by the Grimhuysenpark concert organisers. You can find many more on their Facebook page.

Live at Radio 1, May 25
May 26, 2014

We had a great time yesterday, at the Radio 1 studio, playing The Man I Once Was on Dit Is De Dag. Thanks to everyone over there for being very hospitable en all round nice people!. Here's a recording from yesterday, including the teaser we played at the start of the show and presenter Margje Fikse interviewing Pascal: Point Quiet live on Dit Is de Dag, Radio 1.

And while we're at it, we found an old recording of Anchors And Birds from a Radio 1 show as well. Played in Villa VPRO, in October 2010. Ain't time going fast?

The Man I Once Was
April 18, 2014

De Vorstin
February 26, 2014

Look what we found in a box on the attic! Some great pics by José Löhr of our gig at De Vorstin in Hilversum. They give us that 'looking forward to be on the road again' feeling. And that's exactly what we are planning to do within a few months, with lots of new songs to play!

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AltCountry.nl
January 14, 2014

AltCountryNl logo Leo Kattestaart wrote a very nice blog post (in Dutch) on AltCountry.nl. We do appreciate it, Leo!

And, talking about Leo: if you happen to live in the Rotterdam or Den Haag area, you should keep an eye on The Lock Keepers. It's Leo & friends, organizing great live gigs in Grand café De Waker in Maassluis.

Club Calotte @ Melkweg, October 28
October 23, 2013

Calotte Arend Bouwmeester invited us to come and play in his oh so fabulous Club Calotte, this Monday. He didn't have to ask twice! Club Calotte moved from Bellevue to the Melkweg. Joining the party: the Will Sophie Band, Nanette Drazic, Theo Sieben and Laurens Joensen. And you?

Ontspoord by De Toneelmakerij
September 23, 2013

It's been pretty quiet here for some time. It's just that we were busy recording our new album and, let's be honest, dealing with everyday life. We hope we can give you some news on our new album pretty soon!

Ontspoord by De Toneelmakerij

For now, we just want to tell you that you might like to visit Ontspoord by De Toneelmakerij, if you happen to be somewhere in The Netherlands this Autumn. It's the Dutch version of Naomi Wallace's "The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek", with music from Lucinda Williams, Mary Gauthier, Tom Petty, Steve Earl, Alison Krauss, to name a few. And from us! Frédérique Spigt and Bob Fosko sing Long May You Hide, and it opens with the untitled ghost track from our first album, played live by their excellent band! Our thanks go out to Frédérique Spigt and all at De Toneelmakerij!

Groninger Museum Live
September 23, 2012

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More? Klaas Guchelaar made this great pic for Fileunder's "Zonder Woorden" section.

Update: More cool pics on Klaas' blog.

Recordings - Jan live in action
September 8, 2012

Jan recording

The Drum Room
August 23, 2012

Drum Room

Paradiso, soundchecking the harmonium
July 29, 2012

Paradiso, July 2012

Painting Canada
June 30, 2012

The Groninger Museum invited us to contribute a song to the audio tour for their Painting Canada exposition, which opens today. We're very proud to present our very own The West Wind.

The West Wind by Tom Thomson

This song was actually born from the painting. Or more precisely, the painting triggered images and memories, merging and dancing with each other, until they spawned a short story, on which the song is based: a lost love and a lost past, kept alive by a man on the (somewhat figurative) shores of a lake, until lost is found again, but whether it is real or not is largely up to the listener. In real life, this painting reminded me of the lakes seen while being on tour in Canada, from the greater ones in Ontario to the smaller ones spread over northern Quebec, and the always nostalgic feeling they produced, maybe linked to memories of beaches of my home region (les Landes in France) at Fall. All great places for melancholia, which we now share with you.

Oh, and we'll play in the museum on September 22, with two other bands taking part in the audio tour: Kit Soden and House of Wolves. We think it's going to be a very, very special night.

Post gig contemplation in Weert
June 2, 2012

Weert, May 2012

The West Wind
May 19, 2012

The West Wind

Painting Canada - Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven, June 30 to September 30, Groninger Museum, Groningen.

More on The West Wind and the exposition: some day soon on this website...

The Long Goodbye - hand written
April 16, 2012

Just to show you what the original version looks like. On squared paper, in a small note book. Click on the image to see the full version.

Long Goodbye

Fort Worth Blues (2)
March 19, 2012

Video by Simone. Feel free to download the mp3

Bellevue backstage
February 29, 2012

Braving the gods of adversity (by ways of public transports imperatives, variable-geometry schedule and other infrabass invasion from a nearby performance), we had fun (and a bad case of collective nerves) on Monday night in Amsterdam and we stayed the course on stage. How could it be otherwise, when the dressing-room atmosphere looked like this?

Fort Worth Blues
February 24, 2012

We're currently recording our new album, but we sure didn't want to leave you in a long, dark silence, especially in winter. Which is why, from now on, you'll find covers regularly posted on our site, recorded guerilla-style: fast, raw and heartfelt. Just like us (excepted for the " fast" part...). We start with our own humble rendition of Steve Earle's jewel: Fort Worth Blues. Written with Townes van Zandt in mind, but universal in its poignancy and humanity, this song tells you why Texas keeps calling those who ever set a foot there. Yours truly, included. And it speaks of friendship, love and wanderlust. We hope you'll enjoy it as much as we enjoyed covering it.

To wake up in Groningen
February 15, 2012

Some thoughts by Simone after about our very nice Wisful Music gig. Made you wonder what it was like? The Wishful people made some videos. And they are on Youtube.

Video Red Eye Nights Video The Man I Once Was

And if you're in for some more music, check out Binoculers. She definitely was part of the magic, that very evening in that very living room.

Video Binoculers Video Binoculers

Brennels backstage
January 3, 2012

Sunday Roots Club
December 20, 2011

What a great time we had last Sunday, visiting the Sunday Roots Club in Aalten. And we were very happy to make our contribution to 3FM's annual Serious Request by playing on Aalten's Schiller's Request stage.

Lyrics section updated
December 14, 2011

We got some complaints recently, about songs that were missing in our lyrics section. Here's good news! Our main man Pascal took a dive in his archives and he managed to come out with all the missing ones. As a very special treat, and on a very special request, we present you Long My You Hide in its very first orginal form.

Aduarderzijl, a Sunday afternoon in December
December 11, 2011

Brennels, December 3rd
December 4, 2011

Brennels, Kraggenburg

A picture by Auke van der Hoek.

Winter tour
November 30, 2011

We took some time off this autumn, but in the coming months we'll be back on the road! We had a great start of the series of gigs, playing the Club Canapé festival with the fabulous Dazzled Kid. The coming weeks we'll explore the north and the east of The Netherlands. Not too familiar territory for us, but we heard pretty good things about the place we'll play. We're looking forward to the experience and well, norhterners and easterners, it's up to you to prove those good stories are true.

More good news. The Bellevue Theater asked us to play on their Club Calotte evening on February 27th. We'll be there. It simply is one of the best places in Amsterdam for us.