Summary: Smoke Signals, a Smoke Fairies podcast. Discussing the music industry; it's trials, tribulations and hilarities as told by British band Smoke Fairies.
Smoke Fairies explore their first recordings in this bumper episode.
Lucky to have gone in tour earlier in the year, Smoke Fairies look back on touring from the confines of isolation.
A selection of bonus outtakes, more pointless documents and ramblings recorded just before Smoke Fairies headed out on a tour.
Smoke Fairies recount tour adventures, mishaps and diversions as they gear up to head back out on the road
Smoke Fairies reminisce on the stand out moments from their gigging history.
Music producer Phil Ek joins Smoke Fairies to talk about their time working together recording the band's forthcoming album 'Darkness Brings The Wonders Home' in Seattle last year.
Smoke Fairies examine the boredom of working at temping jobs to support their musical aspirations, through the lens of Kaf's letters to various lunch outlets.
Stanley the cat goes crazy and Smoke Fairies unearth Kaf's guide to making it the music industry.
Smoke Fairies discuss the struggles of trying to make it in the music industry via a cryptic review interpreted by Google Translate.
Smoke Fairies take it back to the start. It’s 1998 and school friends Katherine and Jessica are building a dream of a life in music. Through the ridiculous musings of Katherine’s teenage diary Smoke Fairies recall their Sheryl Crow obsession, dead pets and their first experiences performing music together.