Flamborough Head drum recording

Last weekend we recorded the drumparts of our new album which we hope to release coming year.

Koen behind his drumkit

These recording sessions were the last activities of Flamborough Head at De Harmsdobbe. Koen & Hedwig decided in the summer of 2020 to leave De Harmsdobbe and move to a village nearby Bakkeveen. For nearly thirty years Flamborough Head enjoyed Koen & Hedwig’ hospitality which enabled us to have our own private rehearsal studio where we recorded several albums and where Flamborough Head could organise our own progrock festival ProgFarm at De Harmsdobbe for fifteen years. Flamborough Head can not thank Koen & Hedwig enough for all these fine years!

Kampeerboerderij De Harmsdobbe

Eddie Mulder – Beyond The Eye

Most Flamborough Head related news is coming from Eddie Mulder who released his sixth solo album. Beyond The Eye was composed, played and recorded by Eddie and released by OSKAR.

Zsolt

Northern Prog Festival 2019

On this year’s edition of NPF (Northern Prog Festival, organised by our friends of Leap Day) Flamborough Head’s lead vocalist Margriet Boomsma and former lead vocalist Sieberein Schaaf (a.o.) joined Leap Day on stage. Their singer Jos Harteveld was not available that evening so several guest vocalists were invited to step in.

Sieberein Schaaf (far left) & Margriet Boomsma (a.o) and Leap Day

Flamborough Head on Spotify

Flamborough Head on Spotify

Rehearsal

Rehearsal new FH album. De Harmsdobbe, Bakkeveen. October 2019

Eddie Mulder – Victory

New solo album by Eddie Mulder: Victory!

New re-releases Flamborough Head’s back cataloque

Oskar Productions released two albums from Flamborough Head’s back cataloque in digipack format: Defining The Legacy and One For The Crow.

 

 

And again……..New solo album released by Eddie Mulder

Flamborough Head’s bass player Eddie Mulder released a new solo album. Waves is a double cd package released by Oskar Productions. Please visit Background Magazine for more details and a review.

 

“In A Lifetime” – Flamborough Head’s bass player Eddie Mulder released new solo album