Thursday, 18 March 2010

There is a day
It's great to see the full Lyric of PHATFISH song 'There is a day' printed in Adrian Warnock's new book 'Raised with Christ'. If you're interested in getting hold of the song (recording and/or sheet music) click here. If you're interested in Adrian's book, click here

Monday, 8 March 2010

Lo. We bear great news from north of the wall.

Ok, so we were in Scotland and to get us in the mood, Braveheart was on.
But what an awesome time at Women Walking with God, a women's conference up in Edinburgh.
Half of us drove up the glorious M6 on thursday while the others enjoyed the scenery from their plane windows, before a great first night of the conference.
Saturday greeted us with a travelodge breakfast (no salty porridge tho, or haggis) and an opportunity for 1200 Women to meet with God through songs and preaching.
That afternoon, after a massive plater of chocolate (none of which I saw) we performed a mini-gig. Some of the ladies on the front row seemed a little underprepared when I bounced toward them during a solo... but all in all it was good fun.
To many, the celebration on saturday night was a highlight, really taking time to meet with God and let him meet with us.
Here's what some said:
"Thank you for such up lifting worship at WWWG you could realy feel god moving in that place!"
"Hi to Lou and the whole Phatfish gang - just a note to say that your worship leading at the WWWG event in Edinburgh was stunning. Moving, totally professional and completely God given and led. A true highlight! Many thanks not just from me but from all of us at Inverness. We've got lots of ideas for new worship songs..."
And there it is, a great time working with a great team of chicks up in Scotland.

Thus concluding the update on the northern conquest.
Benny the Bruce

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Tuesday, 16 February 2010

What a weekend!
Friday night saw us up in Norwich with around 500 people at the 'Newday on the Road' event. We had a great worship time, glorifying and meeting with God, before Joel Virgo spoke, and all rounded up with a rocking phatfish gig to finish.

Then, after an evening under Thomas the tank engine bed-sheets (oh yeah!), it was back down south to the Congress theatre, Eastbourne for an evening with the all saints orchestra featuring Phatfish/Lou Fellingham songs with orchestral accompaniment.
Man, these guys are hot. They sounded so good! Hearing an orchestra play guitar parts that you've written is a strange experience, and we loved playing with them.

And back to sunny Brighton... Was my first time back at church since coming back after spending 7 weeks in Australia. You know when you're in a good church when you get that 'home sweet home' feeling.

See you at a gig soon.
Benny boy.
ps, it was only me on the thomas the tank engine bed, not all of us.

Friday, 29 January 2010

Amazing God being sung in India!

Wednesday, 13 January 2010

new year, new news
Hey there, hope you all had a great christmas. I personally spent christmas day in an aeroplane and am currently sitting on the beach in Sydney having a Golden Gaytime (an ice cream).
So its a new year, a new season for us and we've got some pretty exciting plans of albums/tours/studios/private jets* we're all pumped about, more details to come so keep your ears pricked up.

See you at a gig soon, where we promise to serve up real, slamming melodic rock/pop anthems full of truth that will surely make 2010 (still get confused whenever I write that) an unforgettable year for both you and us.

Mucho loveo
Ben and Phatfish

*(not all information listed above could be true, some exaggeration may have been applied)