Beldon Haigh songs are often about broken systems and things. Songs exploring people’s increasing obsession with convenience and consumerism, whilst wondering why we still long for the past. Songs to provoke, satirise and entertain.
From a musical vintage that cherishes real instruments, intriguing arrangements and contemporary playing. The band deliver a fitting musical tapestry on which to weave the more traditional values of fairness, compassion, camaraderie, fellowship, community and society illustrated in the songs.
A focus on what is really important in life, rather than the acquisition of possessions, wealth or power.
The Scotland-based band uses music to tell stories, provoke, poke-fun, protest and create impact.